1. Hi Sarah

    What a perfect picture and poem, a lovely pair indeed but that poem is very well done, imaginative and engaging. We often perceive something of ourselves when closing close into that mirror of not only glass but thought, and introspective reflection. It allows a look into the wonder of imagination and wishful thinking perhaps even memories of a younger self but we are still rooted in the present with a bit of wisdom and dreams inviting us into a different and significant place. Really enjoyed this piece; it intrigues!

    Thank you!

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  2. Ahhh…allowing a look, but not a step
    into that realm.
    Only the brutal truth seen in this window? (Not a relative truth)
    although that may also include the truth of the things
    Intriguing poem, Sarah.

    Very much enjoyed reading.
    take care,

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  3. Dear Kerri,

    A perfect autumn day here, and a hello from Kerri.
    I’m a happy camper. Many thanks to you. (for
    the look into the heart of the poem and for being
    here)You and yours are always a part of my thoughts.



  4. Those were the days… but now we walk a different path. I think our younger selves remain a part of our current, hopefully wiser selves, but I hope our youthful zest for life, though perhaps tempered by time, is still a force to be reckoned with.

    Loved this Sarah.

    Kindest regards,


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    • Dear Maryse,

      Thank you so very much for uniting this group with your lovely comments.
      I am not on the computer so much these days, but I do read everything here.
      You are a genuine angel. Forgive me for not replying to each comment. Please
      know that I have read them and appreciated them beyond words. Your insightful
      replies are a boon to the poet and to the site.

      My best,


  5. Dear Sarah,

    Your poetry site and now your blog have been a home away from home for me, where I could lose myself in reading the poetry of others, to celebrate a life or mourn a loss, share the ups and downs of every day living.

    With love and prayers always,



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