In navigating enigmas.
Safety isn't one of them but
I dive at my dinner in
The dark and do not stick
My arms into its slots.
Yikes! Poor little guy - just an inch away from a mind-blowing experience :) What a teeny tiny fellow! I love your poem and hope you're right that no arms are inserted into outlet slots.
o-jenny, Ive been feeling like the little treefrog (his name is Darwin Doorbooger) and I have lately faced similar challenges. He survives --I value his example.
Echoing jenny_o. Yet another excellent Norma photo
Thanks E.C.. Ive relayed your compliment to Norma. She glowed.
It took awhile for my muddled mind and my myopic eyes to discern the photo. Things are dismal here in the purgatory of physical rehab - but I'm trying to hang on. It's not easy trying to walk when I'm so weak.Hopefully you are getting stronger every day. My very best to you and Norma.
Good to hear from you, dear Jon. I too am learning to walk again --not very far yet but balance is back. Computer still stumps remnants of my short-term memory and all its background colors went from light to dark last night. Let us be patient patients.
One thing you haven't lost is your ability as a poet, to condense and magnify things in simple, few words. Well done, Geo.
Dear Mike, your kind, encouraging comment is much appreciated. During hospital months and home-visiting therapists' efforts I learned my brain had slipped my mind. Correcting that still.
Thank you, Geo., for that interesting (and alarming) Norma photo! And your poem shows that your brain and poetic heart still work magnificently. My best wishes! Britta
Dear Britta, Your kind comment is much appreciated. Neurosurgeon called this week to say most recent scan shows much improvement.
I am glad the neuro doctor is seeing improvement for you! I hope for you to have a continued and full recovery. I am also glad you are posting again. And Norma’s photo….. very cool! PipeTobacco
Please comment! Stats are just numbers and don't really represent you. I need to read what you think and thank you.