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You smelled of Sandalwood and Patchouli. Zeppelin on the turntable, smoke in the air. Boone’s Farm Strawberry, the flavor of your kiss. We were bullet proof and would live forever. Tomorrow was a given, it would take care of itself. … Continue reading
Faces, On curled pages. Yesterday’s tokens, Cherished. Promises, On yellowed paper. Moments, Waiting to be remembered. Copyright (C) 2018 Penny Wilson
** Today would have been my Mother’s Birthday.** I miss you Mom. I know you are watching over me. I can feel your presence very strongly at times. I love you. This is for you. FOR MOM The walls are … Continue reading
What is your favorite Christmas memory?
The spur lay in the dust. A shadow cast a long imitation on the floor. It was hot in the attic and the air was thick. Grandma passed away 2 years ago. Grandpa passed this last spring. The family decided … Continue reading
Pieces of paper that hold a link to the past. The edges are curled; they won’t lay flat. In shades of grey and black they are bound to the page. Eyes that no longer see, from a long ago … Continue reading