Thursday, December 18, 2014

Special Feature Collaborative Poem--By Sara Kendrick and Doris Culverhouse--United States

Wrapped in Love

By Sara Kendrick and Doris Culverhouse

You came into the world in the  afternoon
A tiny bundle with red tuff of fine hair
Ready to leave your safe and warm cocoon
Not fussy, life entered with little flare

We prayed for you and God provided great Joy
A slim long bundle of happiness, God's blessing
We were full of love and gratefulness, my boy
Wonderful companion so much love overflowing

From you came this little boy who added much
Adorned  with such wonderful physical traits
Downy skin, strong finger grips, powerful touch
Born with minutes to spare ALMOST late for the date.

Two generations remembered by the third
Clear as a crystal nothing at all blurred


  1. Thank you, Arthur Ford, for the following--

    "Fisherman" a great poem!!!!
    Brilliant use of symbolism!!
    Ladies, you said a lot in this poem!!!!!!!!!!!

    MORE, MORE, MORE!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Sara and Doris,
    Such a nice poem about a child and grandchild for both of you if I'm reading this poem correctly.
    Your friend,
    David Fox

  3. Thank you, Phyllis Babcock, for the following--

    Enjoyed reading your collaborative poem. Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas.

  4. What a lovely collaborative effort. I can so relate as children, grandchildren and great grandchildren come along. I can just feel the love in this seamless well written poem.
    Thank you for sharing your talents.
    Love, Charlene