Bells of Ireland

This lovely plant is a symbol of “Good luck” and is given as gifts to someone starting a new adventure or an expectant couple. Bells of Ireland are considered the energy of the soul

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Nor whore of chastity

Not I
complacent, not I
smug, not me
Nor whore of chastity
you set me free

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Behind me a Costume

Behind me a costume
the struggle to relay is pain
sitting, sitting the ache of it all
dreams to fill, yet sitting still

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Starting a business? Don’t be fooled by the pretty flowers.

Don’t assume that your bank, lawyer, accountant and insurance brokers you’ve had for years will be the most cost effective. Shop around, get quotes, talk to networks. Do the same with utilities and hire equipment for phones, power and POS systems. There is no room for loyalty in business.

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TMI Tag for Grandma

I was tagged by my very young fellow blogger, tanishq who is encouraging his grandma to read my blogs with the hope she will blog too.
So I have answered these question honestly, to inspire tanishq’s grandma…:)

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Catching just a twinkle, of her disdain. A Poem

She saw beneath his words of scold and detriment
A tirade of criticism and accusation

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***Valentines Day***

Be outwardly caring. Be a giver. No matter the reason. Be passionate and extend your boundaries and remind those you love that you love them enough to make them feel extra special on a special day. You will be amazed at the joy you will receive in return.

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down below where urban is sprawled. a poem

My attempt to conjure up a “view in words” to describe what my morning walk looks and feel like, this last month.

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Benevolent sexism. A mnemonic?

Benevolent sexism is defined as positive prejudice that appears as favourable when it in fact casts women as weak creatures needing men’s protection as in this example.

I think, women can twist a situation to suit their needs and this can distort the real event

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