Nice gesture and approach. I dare say your thoughts never stand still. :) ,thnx once more,,glenn
Oh, Monica! That was just beautiful! And I can totally relate...on SO MANY LEVELS!I'm a fan...thanks for the flw and consider yourself flwgd back!
I'm sorry about your mom. I miss mine too (and it's been 36 years now).Some things you never really get over.
Oh, Jeanne ... I'm sorry about your mom. Even more sorry that I have to say that I still have my mom. The poem is purely fiction, although, having worked in funeral service for 12 years, I can empathise. I don't think that losing a loved one is supposed to be easy or something you 'get over'. Your life is never the same ... it just evolves into a new 'normal'. Don't put pressure on yourself to not feel what you feel and don't let anyone else make you feel guilty for missing your mother after all these years. I think you should miss her ... love is what makes us human.
Monica this is very beautiful and the imagery is great. I have to catch up this weekend on your work. Have a great day!
What I love is that the mom did not poo-poo the gesture, or chastise the unearthing of weed or flower. I love that she accepted the love in the gift and placed that love front and center.
Monica...beautiful, heartfelt, poignant, descriptive...you have painted with words on this one and I love your artwork.Dan
Monica...I realized today that I am not linking to sites that I follow on my blog. I kind of stet up a few links when I got started and forgot about updating them. I know that linking helps the Google ranking and I am adding your site and She Poets site to my links on my blog today. Sorry I have not done this before.Have a great weekend.Dan
Monica dahling come walk down the red carpet and pick up your award.
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