Tuesday, December 27, 2005

My 1st Attempt



This is my first attempt at poetry. I have been inspired by my blog friends V and Christina to try and be more creative. I wanted to give my husband a gift from my heart and this was certainly a way I could do it. I'm stepping out of my box but it has been so enlightening. Dave was so touched! I started going into "the ugly cry" as he read it. I realized writing my feelings in such away touched his heart and my soul. He still got the MP3 player, but my poem he put up on his wall at work...too cool! Now I get why my kids loved when I displayed their artwork in frames around the house :)

Thank you Christina and V, this beats tv anyday!

12 comments:

ckays1967 said...

Ah yes....this I understand! Beautiful job. Very good and heart felt....

My husbands letter to me is framed and where I can see it eavery single day.


Good for you and keep it up, you did well.

Chris said...

That is so awesome. If you had the 'ugly' cry, then it must have been good! I think it was beautiful. You did good!

Bon & Mal Mott said...

Oh, good, we can finally comment. We don't know why we have so much trouble getting in.
Anyway, we enjoyed your first effort. Plainly spoken and heartfelt. Keep on fighting the good fight, Tammy. We're there with you.
Bon & Mal

Barb said...

Bravo! Very nice!

Jolene said...

Absolutley beautiful! I shed some tears for that one.

V said...

Aww, Tammy.
It`s perfect! I hope everyone clicks on your poem to read it more easily.
I`m so proud of you, but not as much as Dave is.
Of course, now you`ve got to keep writin` & postin`!!
Hugs & love,
V

Ayn said...

Tammy, This is a terrific poem. Your strength and sense of purpose glow. You are a very giving person. It is felt in your allowance of growing with new love for hubby and people of the community. You are a blessing to all, everyday, one day at a time. Perfect in each small increment and large whole.

Our love,
Us

emmapeelDallas said...

What a great poem, and even better, what a great gift!

I'll write more later, but I've been sick :( and so haven't been on my computer.

XO

Judi

TiAnKa said...

Hi Tammy,

Your poem is absolutely beautiful! Great job!

I can just imagine how loved your husband felt when you gave it to him.

Hugs,

T

Chris said...

Very sweet gift and it was an excellent poem. I am proud of you and I know that it was the best gift he got this year.


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Theresa Williams said...

Tammy, I am very proud of your resolve to give yourself over to your creative life. Have you ever read Women Who Run With the Wolves? If you haven't, you truly must. That is a life-changing book. Also Brenda Ueland's IF YOU WANT TO WRITE. I like your poem. It is a precious gift you gave your husband--and yourself.

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