I’ve often wondered where it comes from. I’ve often thought about how to use it. From my earliest recollections, there has been a force in my life that has had a hand in what I did, how I did it, and where I thought of taking all of the things in my life that mattered to me.
Life has a way of supplying us with not necessarily what we want, but what we need. Sometimes what we need is the furthest thing from what we want, and well, you know how relentless the human psyche can be at times.
If you ever wonder how you made it through a difficult time, or managed to complete a seemingly insurmountable task, there’s probably one thing, and one thing alone that’s responsible.
Today is April 26, and below you will find poem number 26 of this, the National Poetry Month. Thanks again for dropping by my blog.
Now then, carry on.
You might be amazed with what transpires.
Always and Forever
A poem by DP Lyons
Element of surprise.
Sometimes in good company.
Hopefully never misused.
Often talked about.
Hardly ever offered.
Always and forever,