Thursday, June 29, 2017

Poetry Friday -- Goodbye Vacation

Saying Goodbye to Vacation....hello to Poetry Friday at Random NoodlingThanks for hosting, Diane!


Vacation found word poem by Linda....smiles by sister, Jenn.

17 comments:

  1. Obviously, you enjoyed your vacation with your sister! What's in store for the rest of your summer? More poetry, I hope!

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  2. What a backdrop and looks like fun! Love your poem. Was there really a hurricane? -- Christie @ https://wonderingandwondering.wordpress.com/

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  3. A "shelter of memory" to keep us safe is a beautiful concept, Linda.

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  4. Awww, that is so sweet. I love how you used collage. The picture is adorable.

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  5. Vacation collage poem of delight and sadness at the end. I think I might steal your idea, Linda, for my coming trip! I love this!

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  6. Two smiling sisters -- adorable poem. Glad you had a nice vacation.

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  7. What a special memory you have captured...or found! Sisters are the best for those memories and vacations!

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  8. "A shelter of memory" What a special time you had and you even managed to make poetry while you were playing. Wonderful!

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  9. I love your bitter–sweet "Sisters" Goodbye poem, I think you are onto something with these clipped-collaged word poems Linda! That's the hard part of a vacation, when it comes to a close . . . Alas you have the summer ahead of you, enjoy!

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  10. Looks like a fun vacation! I love the "shelters of memory" to take back with you. I'm looking forward to building some of those memories on our vacation later next month.

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  11. "Shelter of memory" is so lovely. It will be hard to top that part of your vacation, I'm sure, but I hope the rest is just as much fun...even if in different ways.

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  12. Welcome back, Linda! I have missed you, but I am so glad you had a lovely vacation. Yes, a holiday can be so many things! Your words came together so well. I look forward to more of your poems from your holiday at home, Linda!

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  13. What a delightful way to capture the joys of your time together!

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  14. Now that is a great way to write a poem about a vacation. I think you must have had a wonderful time. "Shelter of memory"
    Did you say that you live in Virginia? I am traveling to Reston, VA next weekend to see my new grandbaby.

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  15. Reston is very close by....only 5 hours and change from LI. I will be gone next week to NY! LOL. Some day we MUST meet face to face.

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  16. Oh boy, I already needed a vacation, and this has just made my longing even worse! ;-)

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  17. Love the found words and time with sister. "Shelter of memory" LOVE>

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