12 February 2011

Sunday Photo Challenge

First, a link: Sunday Photography Interview: Sean McCormick (Part 2) & Poetry Challenge

Next, a picture:


Last, a poem:

It was a late October day
My sister and I had been looking for rocks
Not just any rocks, but
Special rocks
The one she found was best, for
It looked like a bird.

I placed it there, on the sill
My sister's rock
It made her smile, and
I always loved her smile, as
Brothers always should
Of sisters.

Every little while now
From one age to the next
I go back there to our old house, and
find that rock again, to
Put it back just, so
I see her smile once more.


Kodjo Deynoo. said...

Beautiful and heart warming

Anonymous said...

Most touching post i read in recent times ! So much of emotions captured here ..

Anonymous said...

Reminded ne of a time my sister and I went looking for special clouds, and we'd lay on our backs and I'll tell her stories of the shapes we saw on those cumulus. Nice gentle take on the prompt

dustus said...

Sharing a sense of history, especially with siblings, is a great joy. Your poem reminds of us of how commemorating the past solidifies bonds in the present.

Carmela-J said...

This is so sweet and yet so sad... a beautifully told story.

Richard G. Crockett said...

Wow. These were nice comments to wake up to.

Usually, I respond to each comment in turn, but here, I will just say that you all have already each formed a sense of completion, so, thank you.

Claudia said...

aww - this was lovely and heart-warming..

Yandie, Goddess of Pickles. said...

Love the picture, love the poem even more.

rmpWritings said...

beautiful and sweet. Thought it was a bird myself. Definitely made me smile.

Mama Zen said...

This is just gorgeous!

Jerry said...

This was wonderful...made me think of my siblings...and the little things that bonded us when we were young.

bruce said...

most interesting. at every age, our memories are the bond that keeps us together...

good post!

Bruce Johnson JADIP
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Richard G. Crockett said...

I have been working away at other things all day, so it was nice once again to see the fine comments. My mom would say, "Thanks for the 'warm fuzzies.'"

Now the problem is visiting your blogs. It's a time management thing. I like to leave thoughtful comments too.

freddie said...

Comment: Short. No blogs to visit.

Poem - Brings me good family memories. Write on!

Richard G. Crockett said...

Freddie: Understood. My problem is time to visit them, for I like to take my time.

Comment: Thanks.

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