Thursday, January 24, 2013

Magpie Tales #152 "Sisters"

Painting by Helen Eaton of Word Weaver Art

Fingers clasped, palms together
Made of the same sweet design
We can face all kinds of weather

Special gift to one another
You are dear, sister of mine
Fingers clasped, palms together

Some call you "little mother"
My eyes simply see "divine"
We can face all kinds of weather

You encourage constant blather
And offer a safe lead line
Fingers clasped, palms together

I can be quite a bother
From your lips never a whine
We can face all kinds of weather

Protector like no other
Our hearts will always intertwine
Fingers clasped, palms together
We can face all kinds of weather

by Margaret Bednar, originally written 1-17-11 titled "Hand in Hand"

This is for The Mag #152 - the photographic weekly prompt is below.  You are invited to follow check the link and read other poetry written to the image below.


Sienna said...

mine too was about sisters !!!! Well done.

TexWisGirl said...

sweet! i am blessed to have a sis like that.

Karen S. said...

So sweet, and true.... I treasured my sister, and have her in my heart and thoughts....I know she's shining from above watching

Kathe W. said...

lovely tribute to all our sisters.

Green Speck said...

Very sweet :-)

Margaret said...

Karen S - yes, it IS a forever bond.

Tess Kincaid said...

Sweet and lovely...

Helen said...

I'm the oldest of three daughters .. your poem is a lovely description of enduring love, trust and sisterhood.

Anonymous said...

cute little villanelle

Za faran said...

Very sweet!

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