Sunday, May 4, 2008

HAPPY BIRTHDAY LOVEBABZ PART 3!

OOOhhh, there are more beautiful poems to share! All so DIVINE!

My Sister-friend Laurie over at Not Just About Cancer posted the most beautiful birthday poem on her site. Big-hearted Warrior.

My beautiful Blog Brother Fitzgerald over at The Rich House, posted his deeply moving and stunningly beautiful birthday poem. It is a real shout out not just to me, but all the folks he loves in this blogland. This is his second poem. The first one he left on May 2nd in the comment section. I thought it was wonderful and hip and way cool!

My Sister-friend Ndelible over at Ndel's World penned a beautiful love missive complete with lovely artwork...hearts are my favorite things!

Birthday Blossoms
By Anali

There is beauty in becoming what we were meant to be.
We may not be there yet, but most of us can see -
that change that happens deep within
has a way of spilling out.
A smile becoming wide, eyes gleaming brightly.
Kindness and positivity of spirit - a spring in our step.
The hope and joy of Spring. Buds blooming into flowers.
The best of birthday wishes to you LoveB!
May you continue to bloom spreading your joy for all of us to see.

amour rappelant
By The Prisoner Wife

the sky broke orange
pouring melodies from clouds
and heaven christened you

we remember your words
full of encouragement, love
rooting for us hard and homegirl-like
reminding us to always shine
as bright as any constellation

A Haiku
By Anita Dayam Break

free from life's fears you're
blessed and strong-you are love-babz
life in transition

4 comments:

Lovebabz said...

Anali,
I do so appreciate this beautifully crafted collection of magical words. You have won my heart and lifted my spirits!

Thank you a thousand times over!

Lovebabz said...

Dearest TPW,

I loved that you referenced me as home-girl. Your poem wraps around me like we are Sister-friends from "back in the day" I am so with you and your spirit. Thank you for sharing your talent with me!

Lovebabz said...

Anita Dayam Break,

When I was a young school age child, Haiku's were the first thing I learned in poetry. You brought me back to a happy time. I am grateful for your gift of words and spirit! Thank you for taking the time to think of me on my birthday!

Lovebabz said...

Laurie/Not Just About Cancer and Fitzgerald/Rich House and Indelible/Ndel's World,

You all are so dear to me. I can't begin to thank you for the gift of sharing your time and talents for my birthday. I am moved beyond mere words. Thank you kindly.