L. B. Mek

Dear Friend

How’s the Sun been? By, my side 

a faithful shadow 

still resides

that’s, how I know

you’re probably, doing just fine.

 

 

© L. B. Mek

August 2020

Comments6

  • orchidee

    Good write LB.

    • L. B. Mek

      Thank you

    • ANGELA & BRIAN

      Brian here ~ Good Evening Friend. Love the POEM. When Angela was in New Zealand for 15 months just the shadow of her smile (on SKYPE) assured me that She was OK ! Please check our Todays Poem & Our latest FUSION on a *City I would lke to visist for FREE* Click on DEVELOPING to see it !

      Blessings & Peace to You & Yours
      Love ANGELA & BRIAN & SMOKEY !!!

      • L. B. Mek

        Long distance relationship's tend to teach us a lot about ourselves I think and usually help build unshakeable foundations. Hopefully that's doubly true for you and Angela.
        thanks for the support, will check out your writes as always

      • Goldfinch60

        That shadow will always be with you LB, even in the darkness of life the light ill come and your shadow will return.

        Andy

        • L. B. Mek

          what a reassuring sentiment Andy and one I too: choose to believe as true
          thank you!

        • Romantic Bloom

          How beautiful a shadow is too!
          Nice little verse! Much to ponder

          I have a little shadow it
          follows me wherever
          I go, at night it takes a rest
          and only in light will it show

          Smilez

          • L. B. Mek

            yes this was a small offering but hopefully a comforting one as well,
            appreciate you taking the time to reply in verse as well, thank you!

          • Neville



            Brevitas superbicus .. and quite writely ....

            • L. B. Mek

              lol, glad you found this one, it's one of my personal favourites
              thanks

            • Neville


              I am back here simply because these few words stand tall ....

              and because they so deserve more attention ...



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