Location: marengo, il, United States

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Keep in Mind

There goes a tiny spider searching the walls
A lone hummingbird returns for sips
Who can count the blooms on the hoya vine outside

One hundred-fifty pounds the bathroom scales read
Concord grapes wait to be picked
Five years have passed for some or is it just the two


Blogger Gone Away said...

I'm not sure I understand it. But I like it! :)

7:08 PM  
Anonymous Ned said...

I think it's intense in the tiny details of a concentrated view, by an observer who perhaps expresses a realization that the notice of such things indicates a large amount of time in spent in this occupation. Perhaps more than is wanted? There is a sense of losing the ability to track the time and yet it also makes one wonder if the passing time is another of the details of which the observer is intensely aware.

9:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just the two.No one else is aware.

10:57 PM  
Blogger The Fractal Cat said...

Is this an early onset of meancholy?
It says a Lot for so few lines. Will you please stop doing that!!!
I like.

3:13 PM  
Blogger James said...

Time stands still
days into days
days into weeks
before you know it
it is gone

Enjoy the time you have here
Keep stealing the seconds to notice the little things.

The little things are whats important in life.
A smile, a glint of love in the eyes,a sunrise or moonlit star filled sky....enjoy!

9:58 PM  
Blogger Harry said...

I do believe you got it, Jamerson. :D

11:58 PM  

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