FAMILY PHOTOS OFF THE WALL

Blackhawkwings

                    FAMILY PHOTOS OFF THE WALL

                              By Jimmy Walker

 

What treasures sacred to behold.

Family photos on the wall, reminding us of stories of old.

Whilst it is time now, for those family photos, be taken off the Wall

Thoughts of it all, my heart feel hard and soul blasted to the wall

Family Photos off the Wall; House to be Sold.

Walls no longer covered with stories untold.

Just emptiness, as I must imagine from afar, with photos packed away

In a storage draw.

Family Photos of my beloved ones, colleagues whose attire approve as men and women in high places.

Now placed in obscure containers.

My memories of family photos on the wall. Whom shall I tell, stories of family photos off the wall?

Heartache, sad and gloom, never again, walk into these rooms and behold family photos on the Wall.

Family photos, family photos covered with dusk, sadness and gloom.

  • Author: Jim Blackhawkwings (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: December 13th, 2020 18:39
  • Category: Family
  • Views: 24
Get a free collection of Classic Poetry and subscribe to My Poetic Side ↓

Receive the ebook in seconds 50 poems from 50 different authors Weekly news

Comments3

  • FredPeyer

    Well written Jim, just remember, the images in your mind will be forever!

    • Blackhawkwings

      Fred, thanks a bunch. Have a Safe and Happy New Year 2021. - Jim

    • orchidee

      Good write Jim.

      • Blackhawkwings

        Thank you. Have a successful and safe New Year 2021. - Jim

        • Blackhawkwings

          Thank You. Have a Safe and Happy new year 2021.

        • Suresh

          Ain't it so, there's always a story behind each photo.
          Take one of the wall, barren of those photos, for that's the story you just told.

          • Blackhawkwings

            Precisely, each day as I prepare to relocate, seeing in mind with two more months walls will be barren. Appreciate your comment. - Jim



          To be able to comment and rate this poem, you must be registered. Register here or if you are already registered, login here.