Poetry Day Twenty-nine

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA For the entire month
of April, 2013,
this will be my daily
home as I attempt
to write


as challenged
by a few of my
blogger friends.

The daily motivational, spiritual post will be continued at :

ME and the Boss 2013

Day 29

“She saved all of those poems in a scrapbook,
… And when I look at the scrapbook, it brings
back so many memories of fights we used to have
or the people we used to be, what we liked to do.”
— Jacqueline Onassis


sweet memories kept
the people we used to be
what we liked to do


kept alive
pictures, words, stubs
things that mean something

Poem: Summer

Sun, fun, mountains, beaches, summer
Hot, humid, long day, short night
Growing season for the farmer
Vacation time for the learner
Laughter, romance, picnics delight

Childhood memories for the daydreamer
The senses enjoying every sight
Old King Sol on the water does glimmer
The Man in the Moon echoes with a shimmer
Birds and souls together in flight

Warm starry nights to encourage the schemer
Lifting young spirits to a new height
No cares as to what is a satisfctory answer
Happy, joyous and free in every manner
Knowing in Gods world everything is right


Love, hugs and prayers…ME and the Boss


via Poem A Day For April, Part Deux | The Ranting Papizilla.



Enjoy the poetry of

The Typewriter Poet

We Drink Because We’re Poets



About michael_e

Retired in Florida, God's waiting room. Jack of all trades master of none...when I stop learning you can feed me to the fishes. Becoming a curmudgeon and learning to love it. View all posts by michael_e

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