Destiny

DESTINY
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It just may be your destiny to hire me to write you a personalized and unforgettable poem to celebrate that person you love or say a fond farewell to someone you lost. A poem to honor a loved one or friend, or a poem to commemorate the holidays or a special event, it is my destiny to write these for people just like you.
How strong is destiny, you may ask? Well, here is a poem I wrote upon the very subject…to help you decide…!
DESTINY
You finish my sentences, I complete your smile.
Your bring forth a candle, and I furnish the flame.
We watch the world together, and for a short while,
Our lives are joined forever and share the same name.
You read me a poem I had written for you.
The words ring out like you had written it for me.
Then we stroll the evening shore as lovers will do.
And our lips find each other…as sand does the sea!
Then the joy of the morning arrives with the dawn,
As once more your loveliness takes my breath away.
And though we pray such mornings will continue on,
There is no tomorrow–there is only today!
Like the synergy of nature that beats with one heart,
Like the sun that brings nourishment to the soul-starved land,
No matter the moments, how few they be, or apart,
Ah, no matter where we go our souls walk hand in hand!
For the world is endless, the mathematics are great!
The sand is infinite…as are droplets in the sea!
Yet despite the frailty of chance, and odds against fate,
Ah, this life we found together was our destiny!
For it was written in the stars and forged by the sun
That two distant but exact hearts would conjoin as one!
So let the cynics eschew–for they haven’t a clue,
There is love in this cosmos that is destined and true!
For if it be not holy how the sand finds the sea,
If our lives have no cosmic meaning or destiny,

It’s Time for High Speed Rail and No More Gridlock!

CAR TRAFFIC
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Had enough of congested, gridlocked freeways, highways, byways, small roads, side roads, dirt roads and decaying interstate roads and highways?
Get on board the high speed rail bullet train speedway to faster, cheaper, more efficient and less expensive transportation of people, goods and services across America and to every urban center in the country. Let’s create millions of jobs, restore infrastructure and put an end to air pollution, dependence upon oil and foreign oil and the madness of automobile gridlock and urban vehicular blight!
Visit our Facebook to learn more about high speed rail (HSR) and let’s catch China and the rest of the world before they leave us in the Dark Ages of old, second-rate transportation and technology!

The 59 Vets Project Wonders Who’s Your Favorite Veteran Prez?

In our American history we’ve had many veterans who later became President of the United States. George Washington is our favorite here at the 59 VETERANS PROJECT, but we’d love to know who is yours! So visit our post on Facebook and let us know. We’d love to hear from you. Here: https://www.facebook.com/59veterans/

GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON

“Success” by the great poet Berton Braley!

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One of America’s greatest poets was a guy named Berton Braley (1882 – 1966). He wrote sophisticated and unusual rhyming poetry that was most often practical, enlightening, positive and inspiring. Here is one such poem from Berton that with clever wit and rhyme ought to inspire you!

SUCCESS

If you want a thing bad enough
To go out and fight for it,
Work day and night for it,
Give up your time and your peace and your sleep for it
If only desire of it
Makes you quite mad enough
Never to tire of it,
Makes you hold all other things tawdry and cheap for it
If life seems all empty and useless without it
And all that you scheme and you dream is about it,
If gladly you’ll sweat for it,
Fret for it,
Plan for it,
Lose all your terror of God or man for it,
If you’ll simply go after that thing that you want,
With all your capacity,
Strength and sagacity,
Faith, hope and confidence, stern pertinacity,
If neither cold poverty, famished and gaunt,
Nor sickness nor pain
Of body or brain
Can turn you away from the thing that you want,
If dogged and grim you besiege and beset it,
You’ll get it!

Patrick P. Stafford's photo.

Need a Wedding Speech?

BIZ

ATTENTION, ALL YOU LOVE BIRDS OUT THERE!

Getting married soon? Or have a love-struck friend or relative who is?

Well, I write unforgettable wedding speeches that will make royalty blush in envy! For the bride, groom, made of honor, best man or even the bartender who has a thing or two to say about it. if you need an awesome speech to make you the life of the wedding and make the wedding the event of the year, I’m your speech writing man!  Drop me a note and let’s do it. And may you live happily ever after! Here: marcelproust37@hotmail.com / http://bit.ly/1inHz5J

The 59 Vets Project Invites You to Death Valley National Park!

DEATH VALLEY
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There’s a lot to experience and see at Death Valley National Park other than lizards, snakes, hot sand, molten rock and cacti. And all of us here at the 59 VETERANS PROJECT can’t wait to experience and share it with our military veterans when we visit this historical national park with them.
Our happy enterprise is to teach veterans the ways of 4K, 3D and VR videography and photography and help them find careers in this stimulating vocation. At the same time, we will be visiting and making a video/photographic record of all our 59 national parks, with a chef on board each journey to wine and dine us every day and night in the finest cuisine this side of Paris, France!
Death Valley is the largest national park south of Alaska and the driest and hottest spot in North America (with a record high of 134°F). It also sports the lowest elevation throughout the continent: 282 feet below sea level! Yet despite all these extremes, Death Valley enjoys almost a million visitors every year.
Death Valley is rife with mountains, and the the highest in the park is Telescope Peak at 11,049 feet, which is located 15 miles from Badwater Basin, the lowest point in the U.S. The vertical drop from Telescope Peak to Badwater Basin is twice the depth of the Grand Canyon!
The National Geographic website says this: “Named by gold prospectors struggling through the area in 1849, Death Valley has been inhabited by Timbisha Shoshone Native Americans; gold prospectors, including slaves; Chinese immigrants mining for silver and borax; Basque immigrants who settled here at the turn of the 20th century; and Japanese Americans temporarily interned here during World War II.”
To learn more about this amazing national park, visit this online site: http://www.national-park.com/welcome-to-death-valley-national-park/. And to learn more about the 59 VETERANS PROJECT and join us to help veterans, please visit our headquarters company here: http://www.59veterans.com/.

Why America Needs HSR!

ICE-3 HSR

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How fast are high speed bullet trains and why does America need high speed rail?  Watch this 60-second video and you’ll know.  But focus and pay attention!  For it moves at super-duper high speed rail hurtling bullet train speed! Catch it here: https://www.facebook.com/americantrain/videos/505706722965174/

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