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Childhood Memories, a Poem by Anna Kelly

A clean “Memory Slate,” brought to this earth,Shining and new on the day of our birth.A special place to chronicle and store,Experiences formative, new and enticing.Many of them significant to ourselves alone. The bantam, downy and white,Taught me love of creatures, their importance in life.Family members taught my place in…See More
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Childhood Memories, a Poem by Anna Kelly

A clean “Memory Slate,” brought to this earth,Shining and new on the day of our birth.A special place to chronicle and store,Experiences formative, new and enticing.Many of them significant to ourselves alone. The bantam, downy and white,Taught me love of creatures, their importance in life.Family members taught my place in…See More
Mar 15
Anna Kelly commented on Anna Kelly's blog post A Poem To Salute St. Brendan the Navigator.
"Linda, I agree. Thanks for you comments. Did you ever hear the prayer. "God, Please help me, the sea is so big and my boat is so small." Push out in faith. Anna."
Mar 15
Linda Selleck Turner commented on Anna Kelly's blog post A Poem To Salute St. Brendan the Navigator.
"  When we are lost on the sea of life it seems that those who put their faith in a small craft and God beckon across the ages saying,"Come,join us. Put your faith to the front and set out.""
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Anna Kelly commented on Anna Kelly's blog post A Poem To Salute St. Brendan the Navigator.
"James, It never ceases to amaze me the faith and trust in God that this saint displayed. Imagine heading on to the Atlantic in such a small frail leather boat and not even knowing where you were going, only that God was leading and protecting you.…"
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James J. O'Malley commented on Anna Kelly's blog post A Poem To Salute St. Brendan the Navigator.
"St. Brendan has for many years been my personal life mentor and navigator. His advise and counsel has always been helpful, practical and quite chessful regarding complex matters!"
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A Poem To Salute St. Brendan the Navigator.

Ships, Real and ImaginaryIt’s a piece of rock with a wonderful beginning.A cause for marvelling in a right of its own.Formed deep in the magma of earth.Mainly composed of quartz, the colour of lightAnd feldspar carrying the pink of roses.In its journey to earth’s crust,The process of crystallization made it unique.It came my way…See More
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A Poem To Salute St. Brendan the Navigator.

Ships, Real and ImaginaryIt’s a piece of rock with a wonderful beginning.A cause for marvelling in a right of its own.Formed deep in the magma of earth.Mainly composed of quartz, the colour of lightAnd feldspar carrying the pink of roses.In its journey to earth’s crust,The process of crystallization made it unique.It came my way…See More
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Childhood Memories, a Poem by Anna Kelly

Posted on March 15, 2017 at 11:00am 0 Comments

A clean “Memory Slate,” brought to this earth,

Shining and new on the day of our birth.

A special place to chronicle and store,

Experiences formative, new and enticing.

Many of them significant…

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A Poem To Salute St. Brendan the Navigator.

Posted on January 30, 2017 at 2:00pm 4 Comments

Ships, Real and Imaginary

It’s a piece of rock with a wonderful beginning.

A cause for marvelling in a right of its own.

Formed deep in the magma of earth.

Mainly composed of…

Continue

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