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What is Love, Really?

My response to Friday's Reflection: What is Love, Really? by: Vinita Hampton Wright

Love is the way the wind blows on a warm summer day.
Love is the smell of breakfast in the morning wake.
Love is my grandma watering the plants outside.
Love is all these things and more.

Love is a baby sleeping.
Love is a dog barking.
Love is a kitten purring.
Love is the birds chirping.
Love is all these things and more.

Love is baby Jesus.
Love is eternal bliss.
Love is our Blessed Mother.
Love is being vulnerable.
Love is all these things and more.

God is Love.

Today I am linking up with Friendship Friday - Best Blog Post.

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  1. Hi Monica

    I wanted to stop by and personally welcome you to Friendship Friday at Create With Joy! I'm so glad you found us and took the time to share your beautiful poem with us! I hope you are having a fabulous week! I took the time to explore your blog while I was here and am delighted to connect with you, another sister in faith!

    Have a wonderful week and I invite you to stop by for my other week-long parties, Inspire Me Monday and Wordless Wednesday!

    Create With Joy
    http://create-with-joy.com

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    1. Thanks for stopping by. I look forward to the week-long parties, Insire Me Monday and Wordless Wednesday. :)

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