Cherished

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Fall, 2017

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Imperfection

The lack of pretense

A piqued curiosity

Reading something that makes the world more wondrous

Sandy shorelines, riverside trails

Lightning over a field of sunflowers

The drone of a distant train

Uncommonly beautiful sunsets

Uncommonly beautiful sunrises

The scent of a tattered blanket

Music in the middle of the night

Dinner with the right kind of smile

The pull to places no one else sees

Cutting a rose, feeling the sting of its thorns

Meeting new people who are complex, deep, exposed

Feeling like I belong with words

The truth in a dog’s eyes

Licking a spoon

The need to surrender.

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35 thoughts on “Cherished

  1. Yes to all of these. Hope you’re well, Kelly 💜

  2. A true poet’s vision.

  3. “The drone of a distant train”–wonderful image! It really is the little things that make life special.

  4. Aww! Memories made manifest. Delightful. Hope you are well Kelly. Keep smiling

  5. As spoken in the movie Mary Poppins, “these are a few of my favorite things!”

  6. “The pull to places no one else sees” – The image is clear… my favorite! Thank you Kelly

  7. I absolutely LOVE your poetry!

  8. you are a natural poet, kelly. good to see you )

  9. What a beautiful life that would make..:) Hope you’re doing well😊

  10. Beautifully written. Love the visual imagery you conjure up with your words 👏

  11. Beautiful, Kelly. Even the thorns are to be cherished. Merry Christmas. ❤

  12. Your poem is so beautiful, Kelly! Truth is the need to surrender indeed. Simply beautiful.
    Wishing you all the best for 2018!

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