Thursday, July 26, 2012

FF55, 7/27/12 Part 2, Suspended Alongside.

For the two men, then I
these links may as well be chains.
Yet his smile was so wide
and his hair so curly;          
The fine memories
spring up among his photographs 
mostly black and white
Clouds surrounded in echos
of his laughter;
and my Shepard running full tilt
captured airborne behind the pond.

    One of my favorite bloggers- and there are a few! - made a suggestion that I
give myself an opportunity to continue with last weeks story. I just finished reading
a piece in The Sun, Magazine - about the disappearance of a person
who is dear and close to us...


Brian Miller said...

it is still rather mysterious to me...i feel like i get a pretty good picture of them in are you going to continue to flush this out?

G-Man said...

Your story was quite poignant.
I know people who are missing, and it leaves such a void.
Loved your 55
Thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Week-End

happygirl said...

The hollowness of this echos the emptiness in your loss. I hope your friend gets found.

Myrna R. said...

I like this. Glad you continued the story. I think you should keep it going. Maybe you've developed something new here, a poetry story in stages. Nice write.

Alice Audrey said...

I'm still waiting for the other shoe to drop. There are simply too many possibilities, even putting the two together.

Anonymous said...

I'm so glad I went back and read the first installment before commenting here. Now I am more intrigued, if only because of the history implied between you and the missing person. The photo of the dog in midair was snapped in my own mind as I read it. More? (Oliver Twist) Love, Amer

Dave King said...

You've communicated some of the emptiness you feel. Fine writing.

˙·٠•●❤Sh@KiR@ ❤●•٠·˙ said...

I feel your pain and broken spirit.
Losing someone is devastating.

Great job!


Mine is here

Lydia said...

This is tugging at my heart and playing with my mind. I'm glad you continued with it and hope for more.

(I subscribe to The Sun and wonder which issue the piece was in. I received an issue last week that I have not looked at yet, but I *think* I caught up with the stack of past issues...)

Mrsupole said...

I cannot imagine what you are feeling with a missing friend, all I can do is hope that he is found safe and well.

God bless.

KB said...

Heartbreaking when a friend is missing. I am glad you continued the story.