Good evening my fellow Travelers, Family and Friends! How was your Labor Day? It was way too hot to go outside except I did a little walking after the sun set in sunny, hot AZ.
Just so you know, I really am not poetic. I have only written 2 poems in my life and it was a sudden thing, both of those times where I just “waxed” poetic…LOL! and grabbed the nearest piece of paper and started writing…
Now this one is very fitting I think to the early Fall that may or may not be creeping in to the North Central part of the country, but I will just share it with you because it seems to fit right now….here goes: ( by the way, I was living in South Dakota)
It’s May, ok? Time to put the boots away! I have found and I know it’s sound—that the weather, it may go round and round. First it’s Spring, then it’s Winter-First it rains, then it snows; only those in the Hills really know—
One day you’re shoveling snow, next day; who knows???
Thought I’d put my coat away-just to take it out… the very next day! I was never warned ya know… just how far the weather would go–Coming from the Valley of the Sun, who would think I could have such fun!
The nicest people you could ever meet are here at the Lab and on the street… What a wonderful place, I’m glad I came; my life will never be the same!
I wrote this in May 2010 and forgot I even had it but found it in my boxes which seem to be loaded with some treasures that I can share with you! Hope you enjoyed that little bit.
Here’s another pic to take ya’ll on out till next time…..
5 thoughts on “A Touch of Poetry”
Awesome! I’m not a poetic either, but the Lord did give me one poem in 2011 about a rose! And one song on my fiftieth birthday! I need one of those emoji with that expression, hmmm! Thanks for sharing!
Glad you liked it!!!
Amazing photos. Thanks for sharing.
You are welcome Roy!
I found you commenting on my blog today, so now I pay you a visit. It appears you live in hot, dry Arizona, and I live in hot, humid Florida. Thanks for visiting. I love your photos!