Friday, February 4

Thursday Think Tank #34

*Poet's United Thursday Think Tank Prompt 3 February
A Pauper's Bequest

I leave you the laughs I haven't yet had
plus the love that I keep in my heart.

Thus will laughter increase!

(And my love will not cease
because I have fallen apart!)


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19 comments:

  1. Very nice sentiments Jinksy.
    Concise and to the point.
    Pamela

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  2. One of the things I've learned during A River of Stones is the value of saying much with little. You've captured something charming and wonderful here. Distilled it quite nicely.

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  3. Jinksy,
    An absolute delight.
    Your words are indeed your legacy!

    Best wishes, Eileen

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  4. That is so beautiful and meaningful. Those are the greatest jewels to inherit!

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  5. I like this; the magic of less is more, but the meaning makes a huge impact!

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  6. Laughter surely needs to increase! especially if we would survive until spring. Thanks!

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  7. A thoughtful poem: leaving laughs not yet had. Very nice.

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  8. Actually considering making this my testament
    ;-)

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  9. Leave the laughter - that's the best bequest of all! Well done!

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  10. smiles...i think those to be good things to pass along...

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  11. What more can one ask for,Perfect.

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  12. That is so uplifting and moving at the same time. Wonderful! :O)

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  13. Just found your blog. I love this short and sweet poem. A perfect gift, laughter and love!

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  14. I just read your post on Napple Notes! Did that experience inspire the poem here? Whatever . . thank you for all the laughs you give us. I am sure they are inspired by the love you have for all your followers . . and vice-versa.

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  15. Thursday Think Tank inspired the poem Doc- Napple just reinforced the subject matter for Jinksy!

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