Things that flow within my mind
Oh - that's so sad, Ellis! Beautifully written. Where ya been?
Ellis, I like this one. This is very visually powerful poem. I can see "lips held tight in silence..."It's so good to have you writing again. YEAH...Ellis is back in the house:~) Hey, if you can on Monday, stop by. I have someone doing a guest post. She's very young and relatively new to blogging. I want to give her as support as I can:~)
Who wants to be forgotten? Not me!We shouldn't forget those who sacrificed for us all either... Like the seals n special ops who got shot down last week n just got brought home. Thanks for the intense poem
Ellis, I agree with Lynn. It's so sad yet also beautiful. It gives one lots to think on. May we never be those who close their eyes and hold their tongues when another is in need.
This could apply to so many different people, Ellis, (and groups of people)...and it's sad because some definitely do not have a voice (and speak the loudest when they are no longer here).
Lynn:Here and thereto and frowback and forthfor in my heart I ask myselfthe same questionSara:LOL back in the houseYet I'm not sure retirement is all newto meSnaggle Tooth:forget notyet remember not toofor some wish to keep withinthe pits of their own minds hellElizabethR:At what pointdo we know the differents betweenthose that ask for helpand those that ask for helpTALON:Yes so many groupsstand before us screamingand which ones must we not hear
Thank you for taking the time to write on this topic.
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