Manifest Love! Fear is deforming; Love is transforming. To change your view, Change your eyes. When one heart changes, So do all. Empower Soul; Empower Love! Copyright© Barbara Harris Leonhard @extraordinarysunshineweaver.wordpress.com Image: “Fulfilled Heart” digital art ©Martha Harris See Martha's Artistic Flarings @artisticflarings.blog
World Peace Covenant
It's time to drop our bags of fear. May we manifest peace and love.
Abandoned Eyes Eyes are wise. With lids open to view, They deepen light into truth And soul into song. Eyes hold memories In colors that blaze from rainbows, Where owls take flight Before morning dawn. Eyes have will For those who choose. Eyes portend For those awake. Eyes are tutors in all realms... Continue Reading →
An Important Message from a Prolific Writer
https://www.youtube.com/embed/BfHLYIms97A?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent Look at me. See me. “President Trump pledged Thursday to keep the United States at the “top of the pack” in terms of nuclear weapons, expanding the nation’s nuclear arsenal if necessary and suggesting that changes to a treaty with Russia could be possible.” “The United States and Russia together have more than […] via... Continue Reading →
New Opportunities for Writers, a Repost from Go Dog Go Cafe!
From Go Dog Go Cafe You may have noticed that we have been shining up the counters at the Go Dog Go Cafe, debuting some new menu items and adding some new writers to our Barista and Regular Contributor Rosters. It is a new year at the Go Dog Go Cafe and we are really... Continue Reading →
Becoming a Barista Favorite
February 12th was the first Promote Yourself Monday at Go Dog Go Cafe. We would like to share the Barista Favorite with all of you, written by Barbara Harris Leonhard at Extraordinary Sunshine Weaver. My body was a cage With only eyes for doors. My arms, contorted, Like branches twisted in shadows. Voices, hollow sounds,... Continue Reading →
The Sea Tree
The Sea Tree With trepidation, I set off Through the fierce waves That clash around my feet. I feel uprooted from Such a long journey. The salty broth sweeps me Along the green wetness; Misty are my memories Tossed behind Like dead leaves, Those other days. And now I am gone Not as... Continue Reading →
Hope Was Not a Loss
This poem describes how I felt when I was paralyzed with measles encephalitis at the age of 6 going on 7. I could neither walk nor speak intelligibly. My arms and fingers were contracted. This time was very frightening. I went into a coma for a period of time. Though I awoke able to speak,... Continue Reading →
Measles Encephalitis: A True Story of Self-Healing
Measles Encephalitis: A True Story of Self-Healing Although I feel that my life has been affected by many events, even small ones, one specific event had a major effect on the direction my life took at the time. This event occurred when I came down with measles encephalitis at the age of six. I'll... Continue Reading →
Memorizing Poems: The Poet as Storyteller
Reading poetry out loud is an art form much like singing a song.