Born of Love

I’ve participated a couple times, now, in #BeWoW (Be Writing on Wednesday to Be Wonderful on Wednesday – with Ron at RonovanWrites). This time I have chosen to write about a gift that was given.

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2 thoughts on “Born of Love

  1. Seamus Heaney and his wife were attending a family christening. As they approached the house, they noticed that everyone else had brought presents. Heaney’s wife told him, “Well, go upstairs and write something!” He did. It was lovely. This work of yours is lovely. Words as gifts. Really just right. We should all do that more often. I’m glad you made this gift for your folks. Thanks!

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    • What a nice story! And thank you. I’m happy that you like the poem, which I wrote in 1987. The poem got framed, and I did see, framed and sitting on a shelf at their house, within the past 5 or 6 years, at least.

      I also enjoy receiving personal gifts, rather than “goal oriented” selections. 😀

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