Sunday, June 27, 2010

Sun Sets on Vacation

No poetry post since we've been on the road. We'll be home tonight.

Everybody is welcome to post poems to make up for the absence of Jim's choice.


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8 comments:

  1. That's a view of the Hudson River, looking over at Hoboken.

    We're looking at a long, possibly rainy drive home but happy at the thought of sleeping tonight in our own bed.

    Lisa, congrats on sending off the book!

    Leaving White Haven, PA. See you all later.

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  2. Just Come Home

    My heart don't beat
    My cuts don't bleed
    My tears don't fall
    When you're not here
    So please come home

    Life don't flow
    Love don't grow
    The world stops turning
    When you're not here
    So please come home

    Back to my woods
    Back to my heart
    Back to where you just belong
    Back to your world
    Back to your pups
    Back to where love stands strong
    Just come back home

    The sun don't shine
    The rain falls quiet
    The birds don't sing
    When you're not here
    So please come home

    The stars aren't bright
    the moon don't rise
    I fade away
    When you're not here
    So please come home

    Back to my woods
    Back to my heart
    Back to where you just belong
    Back to your world
    Back to your pups
    Back to where love stands strong
    Just come back home

    Megan Louise Brown
    modified by Bebo, Sniff, and Giddy

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  3. Save travels home, Andi & Jim! Watch those showers.

    Cute remix there, Lisa.

    Making rolls for the dinner after church today… time's tight as always!

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  4. Enjoy the drive, Fs - hope there aren't too many trucks along the way! They're the bad part of a rainy drive. Be safe heading home! And nice shot of Hoboken - my father was born there.

    Enjoying Coeur d'Alene Ironman today. Watched the swim portion and the start of the bike race. Will head back into town in a bit to watch the start of the run, although the pros most likely have already started. The first ones should cross the finish line around 3-3:30 - the race continues til midnight, and I love watching the folks coming in at that point, after competing for 17 hours. Simply amazing.

    Hope everyone is enjoying their Sunday. Back to work for me, transcribing notes from a city council meeting in CA earlier this month - variety is the spice of life!

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  5. We're home. And tired.

    Thanks for the poem, Lisa. Hi Farf. Hi Beth.

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  6. Sorry, no poem. I just wanted to say that it was wonderful meeting you and Jim yesterday.

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  7. No poem needed, b2 -- meeting you, had the perfect rhythm of a well-crafted poem. :)

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  8. Welcome home F's! Glad you made it safely. Now go to bed and get some rest.

    I expect a full Finn report from you and boran2 in the morning.

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