Tag Archives: compassion

Some Good Happens After All . . .

Leave a comment

Filed under Reflections

…wanting to scream as were such act enough to stop the pain…

enhanced-buzz-28822-1347566354-4

hyenas

coyotes

wolves

alligators

lizards

sharks

and other kings of vultures

are lulled to their eternal sleep

in their dens amid circles of doves

lambs cranes sloths deers and butterflies

compassion has reached the birth canal

enhanced-buzz-29749-1347567828-18

[Credit for the Images: Summer Anne Burton at buzzfeed.com]

* This poem – here still in its raw version – will re-appear in An Aegean Breeze of Peace, a pending book of poetry, being currently co-authored by Dr. Demetrios Trifiatis (Greece) and myself (Turkey) to be published by Inner Child Press, Ltd.

Leave a comment

Filed under Poetry

Dalai Lama on love

“Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries.  Without them humanity cannot survive.”

Leave a comment

Filed under Reflections