You are so right.
We used to say alot of things...
Now we want just one more moment.
Thanks for sharing.
Thank you for sharing, Brenda. And for reminding...take care, my friend.
You are quite welcome. We all need to remind ourselves that life is short.
Make it count.
I love the imagery, especially the last line where Box and his bride are rocking together in the loveseat all day long. I feel the contentment they feel when together.
Beautiful pen, Box!
I enjoyed this poem Greg, as always. In fact I can honestly say I have read anything that I didn’t like that you have written. We mellow with age. I enjoy doing a lot of things now I would not have considered 20 years ago.
What a great reminder to enjoy the small things each day no matter how old we are. That being said, at our ages, we also like sharing time with each other, dear friends, and neighbors. Big events no longer hold the allure they did when we were younger. Your poem speaks to this, Greg.
by Rosina S Khan 2 weeks ago
A wonderful presentation of your word prompt article for week 60, Brenda. I loved it. My heart goes out to all the people who were affected or lost their lives due to bad snow storms or other severe weather conditions. Hope everyone including you will take the precautions to stay safe and sound....
by Marye Audet 10 years ago
Because I have been high profile for my earnings I wanted to be transparent and let you all know that between Oct 2011 and today my HP earnings per day have been basically cut by 60% on average. I have learned to accept that there are going to be ups and downs and prepare for the inevitable downs....
by John Hansen 5 days ago
This is an incredibly beautiful poem by Rinita.https://hubpages.com/literature/Another-Dawn-PoemIt is great to see you back writing at HubPages, Rinita. Your poetry has been missed. I love this poem.
by John Hansen 6 months ago
Please read this touching poem and commentary by Brenda Arledge.https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-Man-made-LonerBrenda, i am shocked to hear how differently you are being treated after Ron’s passing. As a single woman on the prowl, and someone who stole his sons’ inheritance. Surely, that is...
by Rosina S Khan 12 months ago
Waiting for a new word prompt from Brenda? I guess so. Here is the link:https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … ty-Week-45You will find amazing quotes too to give you deep insights and also interesting highlights of fellow writers' pieces based on the previous prompt, "Patience."
by Misbah Sheikh 8 months ago
Don't forget to read this very beautiful story by John Hansen. Here's the link: https://hubpages.com/literature/Death-o … hort-StoryThanks a lot!
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