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True

Blue

You

Hug true

Hug me

Tightly

Love me deeply

See me

Even in despair

You see

My Light

That which

I can’t fathom

My good

Never hides

From your eyes

Deeper than ocean’s

Tides

Waters of strong emotion

Help me

See

Your love

More overpowering than

Garlic that makes me

Feel like a vampire

Fleeing in fear

No blood, no energy

Scared, lonely

Until the welcome blanket

Of your

Hug

Thank you Nathan for your enduring support. If only more were like you. I love you.

May you all have loving supportive people in your lives, especially when you need them most.

Siva Hir Su

Basilone of The Pacific

She knew.

She at least had comfort

in confirmation and support.

She knew.

His fate, or was it choice.

His glory, or some would say strength.

His love, it was all for love.

She was left with his gift.

Even after birth

She carried it until her dieing day.

I know…

Or think I know.

I have no confirmation.

I may never.

I can hope.

My support: God and Nathan.

It was choice, but of what I’m not sure.

None will say, the truth perhaps forever hidden.

My gift is visible yet invisible.

None would ever believe it anyway.

My feelings real.

It was love. It is love.

The torch will burn silently.

God gave me her message,

I must choose differently.

Fate is merely choices.

One after another in an endless parade.

Some simply can’t be undone.

I choose to believe

there will be another.

I choose to believe

I will heal.

Love is infinite.

There are others-

technology has bridged the chasm

that once caused impressions

of rare gems.

What once took a lifetime

Can now take mere moments.

If all else fails

I’ll see on the rainbow bridge

The truth is out there

The truth always surfaces somehow

For now

I love

myself

My Nathan

My God

I hope, all is not lost.

I will continue my wander.

God will show the way.