Giving Thanks #thanksgiving

With open hands tho little here I offer thanks this time of year tho seasons change and winds grow cold  there’s warmth in smiles of young and old kindled kindness shared with all warmly given every fall gifts of heart like waters flow from these pools love can grow foul the water where anger prevails […]

That Was Yesterday #poetry #HappyThanksGiving

Little hands reached out and we grasped them little mouths spoke and we listened little bellies were empty and we filled them big minds didn’t justify they just did big minds didn’t quantify they just gave big hearts reached out enough love to go around How do I explain to children like my cousin Zeek […]

Bubble of Thanks #poetry #Thanksgiving

“Two bubbles found they had rainbows on their curves. They flickered out saying: “It was worth being a bubble, just to have held that rainbow thirty seconds.” Carl Sandburg (quote from Goodreads) It was unexplainable that moment when I touched you a giddy colorful rainbow it was like giggles and hugs all wrapped in one […]

Reflect upon Thanks #poetry #photography

Here is the Verse First Prompt: WALK IN GRATITUDE Today’s is another simple prompt. Take a walk. On that walk, observe your surroundings with an eye of gratitude. When you return to your writing-table, quickly write down your observations, then refine them; burn away the dross to reveal a poem that will imbue your readers […]

More Than Food On Thanksgiving #microfiction

We gather together to ask the Lords blessing… I heard the song and heard her singing, I had not heard her in more than two decades She taught me to count my blessings “I’m trying to remember grandmama some days are more difficult than others” I delivered several boxes filled with food for Thanksgiving for […]

The Day After… ( look at the poor during the #holidays)

Did you ever think what happens one or two days after you deliver the bountiful basket of groceries for a family in need? I have held both ends of the basket. I’ve delivered many baskets and  received many too. I know the feeling as a child to see the delivery from kind hands and hearts. […]

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