Purple Shoes

Nov 19 2013 008

I’ve loved the life I’ve lived

and I hope I’ve lived it well

I hope I’m going to heaven

and not to live in hell

I think that I’ve lived fully

my memories are strong

the fun I’ve had, the laughter

I’m sure it wasn’t wrong

They say I’m getting older

my red hair’s going blonde

I do not wish to say goodbye

to the people I’ve grown fond

One day the thing will happen

that starts me on my way

I’ll go the way directed

If I really cannot stay

But in the time that’s left to me

I wish to do so much

I’ll go, I’ll see, I’ll experience

with just a silly touch

The person that I am right now

the wicked grin I choose

will show to you the truly me

as I wear my purple shoes

 Nov 19 2013 009

10 thoughts on “Purple Shoes

      1. quiall Post author

        God may be a genderless entity. We are bound by the constraints of the laws of pronouns! Will we ever evolve? I’m glad you enjoyed it.

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      2. Howisbradley

        A good friend of mine is a minister. One day one of the congregants was arguing about whether God was male and female. Let me say that the argument was one sided – my friend just smiled the entire time. When she was able to get a word in she calmly said “I don’t foresee God having genitalia.”. The woman was shocked and flustered. She turned beet red and stormed away. Wear those purple shoes proudly!

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  1. Jill Dunbar

    Another great one, Pam —- you with the “wicked grin”…………indeed it is J

    Sorry not to see you to-day, but have a very full day ending up with a date with my son, David, as we go to St. Catharine’s to see/hear The Celtic Tenors.

    Can’t wait – talk to you through the week.

    Take care – Much peace and love,

    Jill

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