Sunday, December 26, 2010

At the End of the Day

And
so it's
over. Gifts
given, received,
families returning
home, left-overs stashed,
memories made, hugs shared
Celebration is over, but the greatest
gift remains

Sunday 160 is hosted by Monkey Man.  Head over there if you'd like to join us.

10 comments:

Cheryl said...

Fantastic piece. Isn't it fun to shape a poem? Perfect way to celebrate the day after.

Monkey Man said...

Wonderful 160. Love the visual you created with words and in your format. Thanks for playing along.

gospelwriter said...

Awesome 160, love the shape - and yes, the greatest gift remains...

Brian Miller said...

yes it does...and wonderful concrete poem...

Jenny said...

This is beautiful. Hope you are all basking in the glorious glow of a joyous Christmas!

H said...

Yes, the greatest gift does remain; always :)

Levonne said...

Yes, if we are fortunate, the greatest gifts remain.

Rayna M. Iyer said...

This is really good, Tina.

And I haven't forgotten the story. Just not got down to digging it out yet (it is on a hard drive stored somewhere safe)

Jingle said...

lovely 160.

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