I really couldn’t believe it when I heard The rainbow is placed in the sky Not for the benefit of the world But to remind you to keep your promise The rainbow placed in the sky Is a container of hopes unlived Reminding you to keep your promise Seems so shallow and cruel As a container of hopes unlived For the benefit of the world It seems so shallow and cruel That I really couldn’t believe it when I heard. Shalom. Prompted by Verse in a Nutshell, "Memories"
second grade seems so long ago there were so many things i didn't know but you took the time to teach to me gifts of life and creativity. i remember crosswords for halloween tissue creations with glue and beans handwriting lessons learning to print math lessons without giving a hint. but remembered more than anything is the beautiful smile that you would bring teaching your students to read and write you enhanced our gifts with your light. Mrs. Peoples: for National Poetry Month and the Writing Prompt of Poetic Asides (remember someone) and NaPoWriMo.
tangled thoughts dance chaotically through my head with remembrances of boating and biking and car rides and building an entire cosmos on the floor blocks and legos and lincoln logs becoming creation for cars and wooden people. when did we become the wooden people? maybe it was when we stopped playing. For Tim. Maybe: for National Poetry Month and the Writing Prompt of Poetic Asides (maybe) and NaPoWriMo.