Where the Sidewalk Ends – Christine E. Ray

where did your colt legs carry you the day you ran away small pack set upon determined shoulders overstuffed with much-loved books slightly crushed snacks a hastily chosen stuffed bear? did you hesitate before stepping off the gray pavement where dandelions fought their way through the cracks raising their yellow and green heads with proud resilience? … Continue reading Where the Sidewalk Ends – Christine E. Ray

Poem: Shell Silverstein – “Where the Sidewalk Ends” #GoDogGoCafe #poetry #poets

Happy Monday! I'm not sure if I've shared this poem on here. When I was six-years-old, in grade one, my teacher used to read us Shell Silverstein poems in class. I had the same teacher, Mrs. Allarie, for grades one, two, and three, so I was able to here a few books worth of Shell … Continue reading Poem: Shell Silverstein – “Where the Sidewalk Ends” #GoDogGoCafe #poetry #poets

THREE LINE TALES – WEEK 107 – GRANDMAS ARE THE BEST!

photo by Frank McKenna via Unsplash  BY CHARLES ROBERT LINDHOLM AN OLD FASHIONED WOMAN WHO USED NEEDLE AND THREAD BUT RECITED POETRY FROM THE BOOKS THAT SHE READ AND DRIED THE ROSES I PICKED FROM HER GARDEN AND LOVED ME ANYWAY, GRANDMAS ARE THE BEST! COPYRGHT © 2018 CHARLES ROBERT LINDHOLM - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Inspired by … Continue reading THREE LINE TALES – WEEK 107 – GRANDMAS ARE THE BEST!