|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by Beth K Hannah on 11/09/03 at 03:11 AM|
the imagery and flow is really good. It made me picture and remember many of my own expeditions.
|Posted by Julie Adams on 11/09/03 at 11:11 PM|
there is an innocence threaded through this poem, and it is one I can relate to, there is an ageless appeal, memories are such an attic for us to explore, well done...peace
|Posted by Kate Demeree on 11/10/03 at 03:37 AM|
*softly smiling*.... you mean you still don't go whizzing down that hill.... even if only in memory? I loved this walk down memory lane...
|Posted by Cole Miller on 11/11/03 at 04:47 AM|
i too remember being envious of the kids with toboggans... aaaah... thanks for bringing back some fun times...
|Posted by Lori I Wolfe on 11/11/03 at 09:58 PM|
Hummmmmmm ... I love the first snow ... it's the best! Great trip down memory-lane!
|Posted by Siri Lipscomb on 11/12/03 at 02:34 AM|
Ah, those were days of innocence. You've made then so real, so well conveyed. We'd go off a ten foot bluff in a toboggan - whoosh, then thud. The ride was always worth the rattling. Thanks for the memory refresher... ~ S
|Posted by Max Bouillet on 11/12/03 at 07:09 PM|
Such warm memories on a cold winter's day! An excellent journey back to childhood that warms the soul as surely as the actual event frosted the cheeks. Great verse!