Making a Memory.

One part amber.
Two parts time.
Mixed slowly;
let dry.

A pinchSunset
of this;
A tickle
of that.
of wine.

Us embedded
and entwined
in golden laughter

Your scent lingering
long after

you’re gone



11 responses

  1. This is indeed beautiful.


    1. Thank you – many words written here but this one is still simply awesome. Even if I say so myself 🙂


  2. […] The other connection to  November 4th is it is my Dad’s birthday. My Dad passed away a few years ago, and this guest-spot is an excellent opportunity to honour my Dad with a blog post of memories: […]


  3. This is a beautiful poem, with a perfect last line. Thank you peeking in on me. Now I have a new place to peek in on!


    1. thank you! There are some poems I have to work at – and some that just happen. That one just happened. I am enjoying looking through your posts and have more exploring to do 🙂


  4. nice poem!
    very nice,
    to be precise! 🙂


    1. thank you for
      a mini-poem
      of your own.


  5. nice poem! very nice! 🙂


  6. I like your poetry. Ever considered publishing a collection?


    1. You are very kind. Thank you. And yes just not enough adequately crafted poems in the collection. Soon.


  7. Greeting from over the ocean. excellent blog I will return for more.


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