Live, Laugh, Love

texture credit: Kim Klassen


Live….laugh…and Love
By John McLeod


Live well dear friends
In all you do,
Tho’ paths be old
Or paths be new,
But to yourself
Be ever true,
Live well!

Laugh often friends
Tho’ passing years
Bring, sometimes, smiles
And, sometimes, tears,
For mirth forever
Warms and cheers
Laugh often!

Love much dear friends
For love will bring
The healing joy
And hope of Spring,
Where pain and fear may never dwell
Nor anguish touch….

And so Live well,
Laugh often too,
And more, dear friends,
Love much!

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12 Responses to Live, Laugh, Love

  1. elk says:

    the words along with that sweet spirited bloom bring a big smile to my face

  2. Puna says:

    Gorgeous color and texture Sue!

  3. Marcie says:

    Love the poem…love the textures. Perfect!!!

  4. Oscar says:

    “Like”.!!

    Hi Sue! been real busy – Looks like you havn’t lost your touch!

  5. Anita Bower says:

    Hi, Sue:
    I appreciate your visits to and comments on my blog. 🙂
    What a wonderful image! Lovely use of textures. Red and yellow go so well together. And, a wonderful poem. Especially love the message of the poem–laugh and love.

  6. Jess says:

    Such a wonderful image. That red is beautiful.

  7. Kathyn says:

    Love the color in this image and use of texture is perfect.

  8. lori Macmath says:

    stunning! love the texture!

  9. julie says:

    Just gorgeous! Love the words as well 🙂

  10. Deb says:

    The colours and texture are fabulous! The Live, Laugh, Love poem is wonderful ♥

  11. so very beautiful.
    i love the color and the texture is one of my favorites.

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