Tag Archives: remembrance

Hoppy come home – September 20, 2017

Hop-Along-Cassidy smiled his hard smile, eyes like diamonds, so deadly and cool.   Hold it or else, were the words left unspoken no need to utter the message was clear.   Where has it gone now that either-or clearness the … Continue reading

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watching faces remember – January 28

1.18.2016 [watching faces remember] watching faces remember   youth and heroes and yearnings   a tweak at the corner of a mouth sharpening of an eye, the grin   something fresh and clean of ideals still held after, especially after … Continue reading

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Old cowboys – January 26

1.26.2016 Old cowboys make me happy   astride their movied range   I know they weren’t the real west   but I loved them just the same.   Good won out the bad guys fell   they always got us … Continue reading

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revisiting – December 16

12.16.2017 giddiness at getting to do things that amuse   childhood revisited but with understanding   not just ‘rosebud.’ ——————-

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stories – August 10

8.7.2015 remembrances of dating days, times anew, friendships that grew beyond what first expected   and friends became lovers became spouses became family   and now smile across tables and tell stories that warm the heart. ——————

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all downhill – July 31

7.31.2015 bicycle pedals push and pull   at muscles and joints yet the breeze   gives joy even amidst the hurt   sailing like a boy down inclines   that barely angle but enough   from when my days were … Continue reading

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Gertrude – July 14

7.14.2015 you’d be a hundred today   she’d be a hundred today   in 1915 the US legislature turned down women’s vote   but Orson Welles was born Thomas Merton was born Billie Holiday was born   and you.   … Continue reading

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