Books & Other Passions
susan.. this is so lovely,, not just the words,, but the sentiment... i wonder how many of those girls will remember you down the road,, and realize then,, if not now,, how much you are really putting into your work.. heart and soul...
helping people find their voice, now that is a vision...
I really like that! It has such a natural, organic feel. Quite lovely.
Wonderful! Inspiring and helpful...I've often wondered how the shoots make their way through concrete and rocks.
That hunger for light that must be satisfied is a powerful thing. This is wonderful.Writing in Faith
Lovely and touching. I have lived in New York city all my life and when I move very soon to California I'll be taking memories of just such visions with me. Especially from this neighborhood where I've lived 23 of my 64 years. It's the single most ethnically mixed neighborhood in all of New York city and the wild seeds that flower here ... wonderful.
lovely image and wonderful metaphor
like cracks in the pavementlovely
A fine haiku rooted in nature with a flip over at the end.
I like that it gives the idea of wild creatures whose grow cannot be stemmed.
we never know just how far the good we do may go...your metaphor gives words to one of the most hopeful sights...a flower from a sidewalk crack...your words do sing!
as a gardner i fell in love with black eyed susans....strong flowers that grow everywhere!!!
Just... wow. This really speaks to me. Very inspiring, indeed.
Very powerful- imagining what those seeds could grow into.
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