Until You Share

Esther Thornburg By Esther Thornburg, 1st Sep 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/4bnj6qd3/
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Thoughts never move on till sent their way. Thoughts may change life's style only when received, accepted, and acted up-on.

Introduction

Until you share your thoughts, the world will never know the wonders the mind can bestow. Simple and plain should describe their ways in humble and kind expressions
to be displayed.
This poem is dedicated to the thoughts introduced with the smile that may
change life's style.

Untill You Share

Thoughts are yours, until you share.
Feed them well, make them feel at home.
Guide them along thoughts worthy trail.
It is better than building some weird tale.

Worthy Survival

Have they been weighed on the 'worth-while' scales?
Or lost in the sea of weathered and worn-out sails?
How can those make it back to shore
Or survive what tomorrow holds in store?

Appreciate Life's Lot

With deep rooted concern, inventory life's lot,
Be sure to consider what we have got.
If you wish to change life's style
Give to another a passing smile.

Tags

Changing World, Concern, Thoughts Pondered, Values

Meet the author

author avatar Esther Thornburg
Retired farmwife, author, of Timeles Words of Poetry. Country living requires many hats, nature, inspirational poetry, family,& rural activities.

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author avatar Stella Mitchell
1st Sep 2013 (#)

A smile goes a long way and do so much good for the giver and receiver dear Esther .
God bless you
Stella ><

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author avatar Esther Thornburg
1st Sep 2013 (#)

May even help to open doors.

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
2nd Sep 2013 (#)

Wonderful piece and very toughtful!

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author avatar Esther Thornburg
2nd Sep 2013 (#)

Thanks, great way to start the day.

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