Sunday, July 13, 2008

25 words: Stare and Wonder



Hungry morning.
I look out my window yearning.
I see a sky offering food for my soul.
I stare. I wonder.

How did it know?

--me liz strauss, letting me be

17 comments:

Julie Isaac said...

Wow!

Powerful little poem.

I feel the same way
when I look out my window
and see the water
constantly changing color

as a parade of boats passes by
I hear a lone seagull cry
and my heart answers

easywriter said...

Food for the soul. A wonderful thought! Blue Popsicles? Cotton Candy and Lemon Drops? What a great way to start your day!

gregory said...

sky and i
same sigh
sometimes a cry

wondering why we are so far apart

Dr.John said...

Lovely little poem. Wish I had started the day with it.

ME Strauss said...

Hi Julie,
What a compliment to receive such a comment in response to what I wrote!

ME Strauss said...

Hi Easy!
I'm enjoying the images of blue popsicles and cotton candy! Thank you for those!

ME Strauss said...

Gregory,
You're not as far as you're thinking.
Listen harder while you're looking.

ME Strauss said...

Dr. John!
You made my day by saying that!

Nikki said...

hello me strauss...nice to find a fellow storyteller. After all,there are little stories everywhere, even in a blue popsicle.

ME Strauss said...

Hi Nikki!
Everyone calls me "Liz." Come on in! Great to meet you. :)

dsnake1 said...

what a wonderful poem, Liz.

every morning, i am always hungry, looking for my daily fix of tea and bread/noodles. i am grateful for that. :)

ME Strauss said...

Hi dsnake,
Every morning, I know what you mean. This comment will make me think of you!

宿迁掼蛋网宿迁擦枪 棋牌游戏中心 said...

I thought I was a relatively smart people who read your work I know that I am not!

ME Strauss said...

I'm not sure what you're saying. But I'm sure you're as smart as anyone. :)

Carl said...

Two lists to live by: "absolutely MUST have in life" and "absolutely NOT OK".

Must have: 20 laughs per day, fun challenges, 25 words (smile)

ME Strauss said...

Thank you, Carl!
I so agree!

Danica said...

A powerful poem of truth, awesome Liz.