the infinity of you


While sipping wine and listening to soft Latin jazz and samba, I thought of the great love women/mothers provide unselfishly with no boundaries. Sadly, it often goes unappreciated. I truly believe it is difficult for any man to truly reciprocate the endless love & warmth their lady truly deserves.

This poem evolved from those thoughts.


the infinity of you


The little boy in me
stands before the immense
universe of your poetry
Where metaphors are constellations
and your deep verses
are remote galaxies
Your words travel beyond
time and space
forever eclipsing me
like a lonely particle of love
For you are my sun
I, your loyal moon
a small bewildered child
forever admiring
the infinity of you



This Thursday I will be volunteering at a local Soup kitchen helping to feed the homeless for Thanksgiving. Thus, I needed to make my second post of the week today..


289 thoughts on “the infinity of you

    1. So wonderful to hear from you G. Worried I wouldn’t have the chance to speak to you before the holiday.

      Thursday is my way of saying thanks. I have been blessed this year. So many wonderful things have happened to me, including finding your poetry.

      I imagine this is a long weekend for you. I wish you the most Happiest of Thanksgiving. I hope
      you and everyone you love have a wonderful holiday. And if you have to drive, please drive safely, sadly too many people take the road with too many drinks in their head. Be safe.
      Be happy.

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      1. Dear Andrew,

        Thank you so much for the kind wishes! The Happiest Thanksgiving ever to you too!

        May next year be even a better one!
        I am grateful for finding your poetry. and for your friendship too.

        And I am very touched by your gesture. There is nothing more noble than helping people in need. I truly believe that.

        May the stars shed blessings and love on you.


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    1. Let me say something to you. I love the way you see past all of my clowning around and occasional flirting on my blog. You choose to look
      beyond this caricature of a lady’s man and you go straight to the core. You stop here and see the admiration and love that I have for
      women. I am very grateful for that. I do have respect for all women and the infinite power they have to love and sacrifice, and expect
      nothing in return. I am in awe of women.

      You are a rare and special lady. You have an aura that glows about you, inspiring everyone, but never blinding anyone with your powerful
      light. The world would be a better place if there were more people like you.

      I am grateful and lucky to have met you. Thank you for your wonderful support. I never take it for granted. Thank you

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      1. Wow …you truly humbled me with a little smile that is trying to find more space. I took some long breaths with that smile on me before beginning to type what could come out of me πŸ™‚

        THANK YOU! You said some precious and powerful things for me that I hope to live up to. For today I am content soaking them in.

        I do admire how beautifully you express your appreciation and love, poetry after poetry. I appreciate how you perceive the feminine energy as a whole, for their power and beauty they bring.

        πŸ™‚ I am grateful too.


    1. LOL . Latin jazz gets me in the mood….
      Thank you for your appreciation VR
      UGH . Freakin’ all caps button. I ain’t retyping all that.
      Yes, I am liking your name. It’s really a great pen name.
      I was thinking of changing mine to The Lonely Armadillo, but I’m not sure.

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  1. How very honourable of you.
    A touching piece of just how great and selfless mothers/ women are in our lives. Whatever would we do without them.

    Taking time to volunteer and help the less fortunate is very noble of you
    Happy thanksgiving


    1. Very grateful everey time you stop to visit and leave your beautiful mark.
      Mothers and women in general are very selfless and so sacrificing.
      Much more than that other sex. Get me a sandwich. Get me a beer, That’s why I have sworn off men. LOL
      I havwe a had a good year. I needed to do something to give back.
      Thank you for your words and wishes. They mean a lot.
      Hoping your holiday season is full of joy and warmth.

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      1. The pleasure is all mine, You said it, they are definitely much more than get me a beer or get me a sandwich.
        Thank you for the warm wishes,
        I hope your holidays overflow with love, joy and poetry, you deserve it.


      1. Your spam folder is certainly in love with my comments! It never let’s them reach you πŸ˜‰ That is the reason I have not commented lately.
        I am glad I made you laugh. Yes, I know you often write about the female cause, which is wonderful.
        You are welcome, Andrew.

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  2. Lovely and heartwarming on a cold November day. The emotion behind this adds impact to your beautifully crafted words. How kind of you to be spending the holiday giving to those less fortunate. Hope you had a good one! πŸ™‚


    1. Getting to the older messages that came in.
      Smiling. Touched by your lovely words.
      The gesture of volunteering was my way of showing how grateful I am for this wonderful year I have had.
      You alreadsy know how the holiday ended. LOL
      Thank you for your gorgeous message. It means so much

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  3. This is a much needed tribute.
    I especially like the last few lines.
    “I, your loyal moon
    a small bewildered child
    forever admiring
    the infinity of you.”
    A mother’s love never dies.


    1. Even after she is gone, a mother’s love stays with us. Thank you for saying that.
      You have captured the poem in one brief line. Appreciate that.
      Thank you for reading and for your words.
      Wishing you and yours the very best holiday season

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    1. Grateful you remembered my mother. Miss her immensely.
      We have to do something for our community. I thought that was the best way for me to do something.
      Receiving love and light with open arms.
      Wishing you and yours all the best.

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    1. Sadly, this is so true. When I recall the sacrifices my mother made for me. sigh, she and I would have to live to be five hundred
      for me to even begin paying her back.
      Thank you for your lovely words. They mean a lot and warmed a lonely heart.

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