Monday, January 14, 2008

WHAT WERE YOU LIKE WHEN YOU WERE TWELVE?

You loved all things in your world
even the tiniest broken flower ....
In the shining light, seeing so clearly
the joyous vibrations in all of life.
Delighting in the sun, running with the wind ...
You laughed often ...
At one with the happy songs heard everywhere.
You were love, life, light and laughter!

30 comments:

  1. aww so beautiful! too me bak in years...I wish I cud bring bak those days to re-live em with my dad ofcourse...

    HUGGGGGGGGZ! Margie I sent u an e-card on Friday and it bounced bak
    :(

    **sobs heavily***

    Keshi.

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  2. AWESOME!!!!!!!!!! :) how are you sweetie?

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  3. I notice that this is in past tenc - is it for someone that's not around you now?

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  4. I wasn't like that at all when I was twelve;) But it is a lovely poem nevertheless. And I'm so glad you are posting regularly again, Margie!

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  5. hey! Happy New Year! :D Of course, I still remember you. :D How are you? Hope everything is well. :P

    Take Care always. ::D

    ~cez

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  6. thanks for looking in on me
    and for letting me read your work
    having the mind of a twelve year old i liked this one but i would have to pick out adoration as my favourite - it took me back to some old canine friends :)
    cheers

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  7. I really enjoyed that. Thaks for sharing! :-)

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  8. oh,i wish i could say the same about my childhood...
    so beautiful and bright, margie, no wonder you are a sunshine!

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  9. ditto polona, we shall call you miss sunshine....
    how was your day?

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  10. The eyes of a child...beautiful!

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  11. Beautiful poem Margie, I really like.... The word Wonderment comes to mind in looking back. :)

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  12. Hi Keshi
    Thanks so much!
    But, you will always have the beautiful memories of you and your dad...nothing can ever take those away from you....cherish them always!

    You should have my right email address now.

    HUGGGGGGGGZ!
    Margie

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  13. Thanks very much, Kaylee!
    I'm doing good, hun!

    Margie

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  14. Hi Kai
    Thanks very much, dear!

    Margie:)

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  15. Hello Andrew
    Well, actually. it's kind of about myself, but also about a friend that died when she was just 17...she drowned in a tragic accident!
    She was one of the sweetest persons I have ever known!

    Margie

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  16. Thanks so much Art for your nice comment!
    I'm happy to be posting again!

    Margie

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  17. Hi Walking_doll
    Glad you did not forget me!
    I'm doing well.
    Happy New Year to you!
    Hope it's a great one for you!

    Margie

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  18. Hi Floots
    Thanks very much!
    Gosh, that is one of my favorites too...Adoration!
    Thanks for going back to read it!

    Margie

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  19. So glad you enjoyed it, Dave!
    Thanks so much!

    Margie

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  20. That's so sweet of you to say, Polona!
    Thanks so very much!

    Margie:)

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  21. Hi sweet kai
    Thanks, dear!
    I think you are Miss Sunshine!
    My day was good...thank you!
    Hope yours was great!

    Margie

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  22. Hi Kuan
    So very nice to have you visit again!
    Thanks for your kind words!

    Margie

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  23. Hello Eric
    I'm so glad you liked it!
    Thanks very much!

    Margie

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  24. Margie, I wrote a poem about your poem and published it on my blog. I hope you don't mind. Thanks for inspiring me.

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  25. Hi Richard
    I like that I inspired you!
    Thanks Rchard!
    Oh, I enjoyed your poem!

    Margie

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  26. Thanks so much, Aurora!

    Margie:)

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Each day comes
bearing its own gifts ...
Untie the ribbons.

-Ruth Ann Schabacker