Chrystine- I truly wish love could be spread this way- wouldnt it be great! Everyone could have some- and no one would be left out- and even when the "fruit" is all gone- the seeds still remain- What a great poem- I really enjoyed it- and think it would make an awesome children's book- along the lines of the classic book "The giving tree" (know which one I mean?) truly a great write- Take care- Heather
Chrystine This is really beautiful This write shows how one heart can create enough Love for a whole city It only takes a little bit of strength for someone to share the love they have inside This in return starts a cycle that eventually will lead to World Peace God Bless Ron
Hey, this was a neat and fun read. I liked the little story and the way you expressed it into the sentiment you were trying to describe. It worked out well in a simple and delicate way. Cool beans maynard! Thanks for sharing.
Lovely story/poem chrystine...i think that pure hope and innocence still lies within us all...some are just too scared to allow it to be, for fear of being disapointed...but its still there...great love can come from such simple acts of faith and i think that your story demonstrates that perfectly...thx for sharing...stormy
Well that was a sweet and insightful piece I must say. I'll not delve for hidden meanings or messages right now because I think it held up well and was a pleasure to read as it was. I thought the character was very well discribed and everything came together nicely. Tying it up with the writer becoming the old hag was a great touch. Beautiful work! Dan
Childesh maybe but isn't there a bit of a child in all of us,"I have grown up to be an old hag," thought that line rather amusing the write itself was done in such away as to appeal to both the adult and the child within us all I like it keep tapping those keys adnil
wow...gotta love that children's rhyme style ^_^ loved this line the most:
love is very magical, plentiful wonderfully endless thing.
simply because its simple and yet so very true ^_^ can't even describe properly how this write struck me. Guess i'm just lost for words? haha anyway i'll just some it up in this two words...Love it! ^_^
when i read this poem it reminded me of this poem: smiling is infectious you catch it like the flu when someone smiled at me today i started smiling too i passed around the corner and someone saw my grin when he smiled i realized id passed it on to him i thought about that smile then realized what its worth a single smile just like mine could travel around the earth so if you feel a smile begin dont leave it undetected quick! lets start an eidemic and get the world infected
to mee, the hidden message is spreading your love to other people where it is not expected...and then having that love once again be spread by those you spread it to. its like, in all odds the goodness survives and you change the feelings of people.
i like the way the story is told in like a childs nursery book. childrens books often contain the everyday morals we forget...the ones that seem unimportant to the naked eye as we get older xoxoxomuchlove-ash