Short stories that tickle the imagination, warm your heart or "make you want to explode"
having love at the ready ... even in a junk drawer. wonderful imagery.
thanks WP...I appreciate your dropping in and commenting
It's always a good idea to keep some love handy. You never know whose love might come a knocking.
Yes and by putting it in the junk drawer you are aale to shuffle through it now and then.
An enchanting little poem. Thank you.
thank you...I appreciate your dropping in.
Funny, I found this kind of sad, that the heart was tossed in the junk drawer. I kept mine in a special, silk-lined drawer for years until Lex came along... A strong poem, Grizz! Thanks, Amyhttp://sharplittlepencil.com/2012/06/14/we-interrupt-your-regularly-scheduled-programming/
yes it is sad. I'm glad you found a better place to store yours but then I have always found women to be a wee bit wiser...except of course the one who tore my heart apart
Thanks for stopping by my place. What a unique little poem. The junk drawer may have been a good location for a while, but maybe you'll want to move it to a different setting -- just so it doesn't get lost, or accidentally thrown out.
Thanks joared....I guess I could lock it in a cedar lined hope chest and at least it would smell nice...
You never know when it might come in handy! We live in hope!
thanks Keith... reminds of a poem that says 'hope springs eternal in the human breast...."by Alexander Popedon't tell him that I hid mine in a junk drawer...
One thinks about the things found in a junk drawer, all can be found and put to use on a moment's notice though they seem quiet inconsequential when taken as a whole. Love has it's place in life, and I suspect it will not linger in the junk drawer for long.
good point...it does have a way of sneaking out of there.