It's not a new thought, yet this poem from some days ago on The Writer's Almanac showed a little bit more what people mean when they say to notice the little things. Joyce Sutphen shows that beautifully.
Things To Watch While You Drive
by Joyce Sutphen
The remaining lines are here.
|Taken one evening, from my car.|
Thanks to Tabatha at The Opposite of Indifference for sharing my poem, Margaret Simon's and Diane Mayr's too, written and sent for the summer swap. It is a special pleasure writing for someone. And as I shared poems I've received in the past two Poetry Fridays, it's also wonderful to receive poems for me. Tabatha's swap idea of giving poetry has spread a lot of joy these past years.