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July 16, 2010



Julie honestly I cannot find the code but I love the poem!

Robert Lloyd

This is a very beautiful poem and I love it all the more that its inspired by your fornt porch and you have a picture to show it!! I have read it three times now. Thank you for sharing.


Hm, not sure if there;s a code here or not, but I do love the imagery and the short short lines, the poem really "falls" down the page, like unwrapping it as you scroll along.


Sweet words but the secret stays hidden. Good work!


Each day is a new beginning and the sunrise umwraps the me who will live it. That's what I got from the poem and the photo. But, that doesn't matter. The poem is lyrical as it moves down the page, like a confident woman who has just awakened to stride into the sunlight.


brenda w

I get strong impressions of a painting in the first stanza. Maybe you are opening a piece of art? Strong images are at play here, I love it!


The beautiful unwrapping of a lovely day!


Really lovely. So important to greet the new day, each one a gift.

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