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Never store feelings on glass shelves
or memories in cellar drawers
but let our touch on life
and realities within
be a perfect present for fine wine
and unbiased conjecture

-William Leed-

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Encourage the stranger in all of us
we will know little of those hurt feelings
and we will savor time otherwise spent saying goodbye

-William Leed-

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Sometimes you have to shout
to hear the feelings beneath
the whisper

-William Leed-

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We criticize perfection
for being too elaborate for its presentation
and its standard too imposing
while with that chill of a north wind
we allow our hopes and our feelings
to suffocate under a blanket of ignorance

-William Leed-

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When our opinions
are stated on crepe paper
our feelings
will be less noticeably wrinkled.

-William Leed-

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Quiet and disturbed
are those softest feelings
of the mind.

-William Leed-

First of all, I would like to thank everyone that has been supporting this blog for the last 600 entries and the entries for the Bluebell Books challenges.

I have enjoyed not only writing, but the expressions from my various readers. I would like to take the time to publish in book form, for I find a book can be a stronger experience for a literary work.

For those that found it hard to comment on a fresh new poem every day I will be entering Monday morning a new post for the week. For my new readers that have recently subscribed to the blog I would encourage you to scroll back and review earlier entries, and feel free to comment for I enjoy the feedback and being given the opportunity to respond.

I would also like to give special consideration to William Leed Jr. for encouraging me to share with others my expressions in writing.

William

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Gaining mastery over our deepest feelings
is being determined to learn how to walk
faster than we run.

-William Leed-

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