Mary Charlene Kessler

In remembrance of Charlene Kessler who at 92 caught up with her husband Howard who had left the planet before her.


I’ve got my love to keep me warm

That one lone tree on Meadowlark Hill; The song its tenants sang

The laugh and coo of newborn tots, reflecting yin and yang

The memories are distorted, the silence now a roar.

I left; here’s what they told me; return some day for more

More is what I needed; more became Amor.

Emotion came to greet me; my heart began to soar.

Amor became commitment, commitment to The Source

The Source became the Doorway revealing an Inner Force

One day I’ll want to visit; pay respects to Meadowlark Hill

And mingle with the Tenants as through open beaks they trill

And remind me of the joy I found, one day on Meadowlark Hill.

By Lee Broom
From: The Amo and Curio  Folio


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