Friday, August 12, 2016

Between

Ô, Sunlight! The most precious gold to be found on Earth.
~Roman Payne


A poem by Michael McClintock today:


The Poetry Friday round-up is at To Read To Write To Be. Thanks, Julieanne!

14 comments:

katswhiskers said...

Don't you just love that last line!

Brenda Harsham said...

Wonderful photo and lovely words, Tabatha.

Julieanne said...

Ah the power of each day and where we make our homes. Beautiful words.

Donna Smith said...

That is beautiful - words and picture! Thanks for sharing!
I have your refrigerator on my page today!

Robyn Hood Black said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous. Even better than Olympic gold. Thanks for sharing, and have a golden weekend!

Tara Smith said...

Yes, that last line!

Margaret Simon said...

Missing the sun today. 100% chance of rain. Historic event in south Louisiana.

Michelle Heidenrich Barnes said...

I enjoy following Michael McClintock on Pinterest. Such beautiful work.

Sally Murphy said...

Beautiful poem and beautiful photo. I agree with Kat that the last line is perfect.

Alice Nine said...

A beautiful presentation of a beautiful poem! Such a memory stirring beginning: "where the sun rises and where it sets--"

Heidi Mordhorst said...

Me too, but it extends to figuring out which room has the most light when. Nice one!

Mitchell Linda said...

It's amazing how so few words and how small a verse can have the biggest wow factor. WOW! Thank you for this truth. It's lovely and needed.

Ruth said...

Lovely!

Kiesha Shepard said...

Tabatha, what a beauty you share with us today. I am lingering on each line! Thank you for sharing.