“But I always think that the best way to know God is to love many things.”
~ Vincent van Gogh

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Oh, it's Sunday!


Oh, it's Sunday! Lazy coffee, sunshine through the curtains, the cats fed and dozing nearby. There are brand-new poems to read on the web. There are library books waiting, piles of colour on my dining-room table. There's a new DVD to watch. There are friends to talk to by phone or email, at my leisure and at length. I look away from the ache in my heart. No, I am not lonely!

(Starting a new habit of small stones on Sundays rather than daily.)

14 comments:

  1. That's a wonderful attitude. Enjoy!

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  2. Your words are cheerful, Rosemary - your life is full. I'm glad you'll share a stone on Sundays - I hope to do so, too.

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  3. Hi Rosemary - I remember reading when your husband was ill, I think--agh--all sounds hard yet you manage to be cheerful and bring up this peaceful picture. Hope all okay. k.

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    1. Many thanks. Yes, he died in September. Widowhood is quite a journey. I try to just keep observing the process - and writing helps.

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  4. That's a very comfortable small stone to start the day.

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  5. A lovely post and a lovely way to spend the day.

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  6. Enjoy your Sunday. Your poems are a delightful way to capture life's everyday experiences. Thanks for sharing them.

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  7. Oh, I am so sorry, Rosemary. I was reading you before and then life got in the way. I am so sorry for the death of your husband.

    Thank you for subscribing to my blog. I have linked my last to dversepoets....though I love the group! I'm involved , over my head, trying to finish up (and rewrite...aghhh) a novel, "A Kapitany" and "The Nightingale's Song". I am a mother cat with not enough teats right now.

    I will keep in touch. You are a love.

    Lady Nyo

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