A Song Flung Up To Heaven; I Love You Always…

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Maya Angelou

“Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.”

April 4, 1928 ~ May 28, 2014

 

 

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About Valleygrail

Native Californian by birth, Pacific Northwesterner by choice. Jack of all trades, master of none; always wishing I could stick with just one thing long enough to become expert. But then what about all those things left unattended? See? Not possible. I love life, my family, friends, a good book, Irish music, rain, fog, and a pint of Guinness. It's a good journey, and sharing with companions makes it even better. Thanks for being with me as I embrace it and you!
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12 Responses to A Song Flung Up To Heaven; I Love You Always…

  1. btg5885 says:

    She was a hero to many.

  2. She overcame so much in her life and has been an inspiration to many. I think her writings will continue to inspire. May she rest in peace.

  3. A granddaughter will be 3 in September. She is so named but spelled Myah.

  4. Amy Carson says:

    Waaaaaahhhhhh!!!!!!

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  5. Don says:

    We’ve truly lost a great soul.

    • valleygrail says:

      I have been devoted to her since her first book in 1969. Some people just never seem like they will go away, and it’s shocking when they do. Thank you for your comment.

      • Don says:

        It’s that eternalness of soul in some people that gives one the impression that they’re always around, and she certainly had that.

        I’m sure then, as a follower,her magnificent words have shaped you in many ways. What a gift she had. Going to be sorely missed.

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