Monday, May 11, 2009

One Single Impression - What's It Like?

What's It Like?

To awake fearless
living without remorse

unaware of worldly evils
no value of a dollar

wrapped in unconditional love
free to play, run and hide

every need anticipated
new adventures awaiting

every tear kissed away
time is irrelevant.


To be three again, like my grandson TK, looks really good to me. ;)

22 comments:

emmapeelDallas said...

(((((((((Tammy!!!))))))))))))

It would be great, in some ways, to be three again. Well, to be three and well loved would be pretty wonderful, I imagine.

Tabor said...

Yep, unconditional love is good at any age!

paisley said...

me too!!!!!!

Patois said...

That's a great sentiment in response to the prompt.

Kay said...

I see this every day at work - this trust and total acceptance - it is a gift, both to be a part of it and to receive.
Thanks for Hope's song that the rain won't last forever because we have had three days of endless rain! It gave me hope!!!! :)

Kay said...

BTW your site's new look is beautiful!

SandyCarlson said...

I would love to know what that is like. I hope my daughter has some experience, though she couldn't know that!

Deborah Godin said...

That is the 'moment' to be in, and perhaps the only regret is that it comes so effortlessly when we are too young to appreciate it!

zoya gautam said...

.. " like my grandson TK " ..
ur love for TK speaks in ur poem.. best wishes & luv to both of u ..

gabrielle said...

One can only imagine. so much joy in this poem!!!

Tumblewords: said...

It does sound wonderful sometimes, doesn't it? Nice work and a darling child, just darling....

Jim said...

The parts of being three that you wrote about sound really go to me too! But at three one is pretty well limited in what one can do.
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JP/deb said...

Looks absolutely brilliant to me. Ah, to be three, innocent and fresh again. Peace & love, JP/deb

Beth P. said...

...but then you have to be 13 again too. Ah, the agony that goes with the ecstacy...

Thank you dear Tammy--this brought a big smile to my face!

Like your new site, too!

Love--

tinker said...

Three is such a wonderful age - everything bright and shiny and new...TK looks adorable - so lucky to have such a wise and loving gran to kiss away the tears. Bet he loves you unconditionally too!
xo

Patti said...

Oh to be three (or 5 or 7) again!!! It's so wonderful to be completely loved and taken care of; nothing to worry about!!! TK is very lucky!! Nicely done, Tammy

Amias said...

I would love to know how this feels! I enjoyed this.

forgetfulone said...

I wish I could remember being that age! That was an awesome piece of writing.

Lucy said...

it looks good to me too!!
Sweet poem! hey.. maybe if we all actually remembered what it was like we would NOT be able to handle this 'real life' nonsense! haha
xoxo

kj said...

tammy this picture leaves a lump in my throat. this is a child of god. (i'm not really religious, so i say that with awe)

have fun!

Giggles said...

If you have great guardians then it would be heaven.....if not...then much preferable to be grown! He is just beautiful Tammy, so precious!!

Much love
Sherrie

rebecca said...

And he looks like you Mama! Cute kid! Miss you, dear heart. It was nice to come visit here once again. Promise to be back soon...

((hugs))
Rebecca