I think of you more when you are gone
the Tennessee breeze caressing your shoulders
playfully tossing the highlight in your hair
strawberry and blond
now and then the glint of silvery grey
just to say I know
You know that youth is fleeting
that seasons pass
that wisdom’s value is transcendent
without it love and trust
are only desire and tolerance
a fragile bond indeed
as delicate as the highlights
in this august sun

jrw © 08/05/2009


About jingeorgia

Searching high and low no matter where i go it always seems the same: shades of grey. Or, was that gray?
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7 Responses to Highlights

  1. Beth says:

    Beautiful! The seasons come, the seasons go.

  2. puzzle says:

    I hope she knows 🙂

  3. Rambling says:

    I like what Beth Marie said. It is so apropos to this poem for your wife.Thank you so much for coming to see me.

  4. ··¤ SETH says:

    I like the change of air, just how I like the change of seasons and how life and people change to adapt for it. The snow, the coats, the boots, shorter days and longer nights, then the blossom, followed by the sun- flip-flops, beaches and dining alfresco style. A change seen nearly in all aspects of life… I love it.

  5. Here I Am says:

    A real summer poem. There is a change in the air I think everyone is feeling it. Everything will be golden soon and we will wonder what happened to summer.. Hope you enjoyed yours.. Hugs Carrie

  6. ··¤ SETH says:

    Thursday is almost behind us, Friday is tomorrow… then the weekend! Hooo-ray! :o) Here\’s hoping that you are keeping well.

  7. Lenore says:

    Such a lovely poem. It\’s so true that without wisdom, love and trust aren\’t much. Have a good weekend.

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