Soft-Spoken Jan23 by melodylowes Soft the vulnerable caress Which parts Night’s lips in tender lullaby Words pour forth, singing Day to sleep Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
You said it right!
Ohhhhhhh, beautiful and the photo too. I sang it for you; it makes the sweetest lullaby, even from my lips and crackled voice.
😀 I heard it – it was very soft-spoken. hehe
This is so beautiful, Melody.
Blessings ~ Wendy
Thank you Wendy! Have you had any sunshine lately to perk up your spirits?
Yes, it’s been sunshiny gorgeous the last few days after the morning fog burns off. So awesome after weeks of gloom. Have you heard about dear Deborah/Girl with a Pen?
Just tonight – it was quite a shock! I had noticed her absence, but didn’t realize the reason. How sad – and yet, how triumphant! I will sure miss her encouragement! I thought she had Muscular Dystrophy – Wendell’s blog said she had MS? Do you know?
I thought it was MD also. I only just found out from Wendell’s blog too. I am still kind of dazed by the news. Debbie and I talked about heaven recently through some comments. I had no idea it was so close for her… Have you heard from C. lately?
No, I haven’t – and I’m concerned. She usually doesn’t stay away for long. If you catch sight of her, would you message me? I’ll do h same for you…
I noticed that she left a comment on a post of Heidi’s a few posts ago under a new name; but the link takes me to a blog that has no posts shown. After hearing about Debbie it makes me wonder how she is. Yes, I’ll let you know if I hear anything. Praying is our best option.
Melody, here is a link I just discovered that reminds me of a lovely poet we both know:http://adriftinafterthoughts.wordpress.com/
Thanks Wendy! It does indeed remind me of a poet I knew once…. 🙂
And do you know the whereabouts of Caddo-girl? She usually pops up after a few days with a new blog, but I haven’t seen her around….
lovely, Melody, just lovely
Love the “singing “Day to sleep” words…beautiful!
Thank you, Patty!