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Hamlynhyde

Hamlynhyde | Oranum

STILL $1.99. MY CHAT ROOM ISN'T ABOUT ME. IT'S ABOUT YOU, YOUR PEACE OF MIND AND HAPPINESS. I'M HERE TO HELP WITH WHATEVER YOU'D LIKE ME TO, BE IT LOVE, HEALTH, SPIRITUALITY, WORK, MONEY OR MESSAGES AND GUIDANCE FROM THE SPIRIT WORLD, INCLUDING YOUR DEPARTED FAMILY AND FRIENDS. IF YOU WISH, I'LL ALSO HELP YOU TO DEVELOP YOUR OWN PSYCHIC GIFTS AND MEDIUMSHIP. MAY HE, WHO MADE US ALL, BLESS YOU ALL!

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  •   jaykay993  1 day ago
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    many thanks

  •   Athanasoula  2 days ago
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    Wow! Just Wow! You connected with everyone dear to me that has passed on. Some amazing information you could not have possibly known. I am very comforted by this connection. Thank you sooo much for sharing your wonderful gifts with me and for bringing some peace for their passing! Many blessings to you!!!

  •   sunflower888777  4 days ago
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    Miss you! Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving. I will try again tomorrow.

  •   Hamlynhyde  6 days ago
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    THE MONK AND THE DOVE


    The ancient monk had a secret love:
    A tiny hen, a female dove.
    He talked to her oft through the night
    About the Good Lord's endless might
    And also about the Good Lord's love,
    Which bored to tears the tiny dove.

    She did not believe in the Lord above,
    Nor did she crave His gentle love.
    She had wild dreams of stormy flights
    Beyond the clouds.
    And robust fights
    With a mate.
    "I want to hate!"
    Said the dove,
    And off she flew
    Into the sky above.
    To have chicks by a strong male -
    As she explained to breeze and gale.

    Then she saw one at long last:
    A hawk that flew high and fast.
    The little dove shook with delight
    Admiring his mighty flight.
    She squeaked: "I want to hate!
    Let us mate, let us mate!"
    The hawk opened his mighty beak,
    And there was only one more squeak:
    "Oh, God! I don't want to hate:
    Let's not mate!"
    But it was too late,
    Far too late...

    A single feather floated down,
    And landed on the old monk's gown.
    "A sign from above
    Of God's great love"
    Thought the monk,
    And prayed all night:
    Praising the Lord
    And all His might.

    In the morning they found him there,
    In his chair.
    His soul had gone to meet his love:
    The tiny hen, the female dove.
    And up there, in heaven above
    They both now talk
    Of God's great love...

    Alexander Hamlyn-Hyde

    London, 16th January 2012

  •   sunflower888777  4 days ago
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    This is beautiful!

  •   Hamlynhyde  6 days ago
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    V irgin Mary, so meek and mild,
    I s now explained, she\'ll bear a child.
    S he - very shy and moved to tears -
    I s full of joy, yet also fears:
    T o my cousin I journey must,
    A ngel dearest, in her I trust;
    T ogether we to God shall pray,
    I t\'s up to God to save the day!
    O nly He can promise the weak:
    N ews of heaven - for all, who seek...

    Alexander Hamlyn-Hyde

    London, 26th November 2016

  •   Faith_and_hope  9 days ago
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    Wonderful private like usual ! Always worth every penny... It's always fascinating how fast hamlynhyde connect with passed loved one and messages are always brights and positives....I still think that hamlynhyde is the best reader on Oranum... will come back as usual , A+

  •   traumadoll  10 days ago
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    Hi Alex. Just stopping by to say I was thinking about you and hope all is well :) I'll visit soon! - J

  •   Headinghome  11 days ago
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    Helpful and insightful guy

  •   sunflower888777  14 days ago
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    Hi Alex. I will stop by again tomorrow. It is 1:00 a.m. here. I have work in the morning. Have a blessed day. xo

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