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A Treasure
by E T Waldron
Saturday, April 29, 2006
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Took the pic with a polaroid the gold
trim on dragon shows orange, and the
waffle weave doesn't show up well
It's very beautiful fine china other
side of spout is broken



Chipped china tea pot
Dragons mouth is the spout
Now missing one side
After forty five years

Still a prized gift from The Captain
My uncle JB in Merchant Marines
Dead over ten years now
Missed and never forgotten

Stories he told worth more than gold
Gifts from around the globe
Precious gems and artifacts
I was so fortunate to be his niece

The tea set he gave me as a child
Still treasured all this time
Now pot holds a sweetheart bamboo
Which I'll cherish with tender care
To remember him rest of my years


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Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher 4/30/2006
Beautiful tribute to your uncle JB, who is missed and never forgotten. Those little gifts really become dearer with every year. Beautiful write,
Birgit and Roger
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 4/30/2006
lovely write Eileen!!

love Tinka
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 4/30/2006
Lovely poem, memories warm the soul and bring smiles to your face
love and peace, Carole
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 4/30/2006
Memories. Life would be unbearable if we did not have them. Still, we should not become so staid as to not want to make new memories. I particularly liked this offering from you. I guess I am just a sentimental slob.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 4/30/2006
This makes me wobble right now... as you can imagine, I am only JUST starting to realise the value and sentiment attached to all the things coming out of my Mother's house - and bringing some of it into mine and learning how to "hallow" it afresh... Sweetheart Bamboo sounds to be just the thing to capture the spirit of your love for this favoured Uncle. Like you have said on one of my poems recently, death actually RELEASES love and esteem in even greater measures sometimes. Beautiful, thank you. Kate xx
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 4/30/2006
Your uncle sounds like a wonderful man, Tiger Lily - and treasured keepsakes we hold dear to remember our loved ones are always wonderful, too.
Reviewed by Peter Paton 4/30/2006
I have a little tin teapot that my Dad used when he did the night shift at work..
I still treasure that tangible link to him, knowing his hands left their indelible physical and spiritual imprint upon it !
You awaken fond memories with this nostalgic and poignant pen !
Super picture of an important memento !
Love,Peace and Harmony
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 4/30/2006
A beautiful way to remember your beloved Uncle. Well done!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Joyce Hale 4/30/2006
Beautiful write, ET, and how lucky you are to have a heart treasure like your teapot, now immortalized!!

Peace. Joyce
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 4/30/2006
nice one, eileen; very well done! brava!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in tx., karen lynn. :D
Reviewed by jude forese 4/30/2006
beautiful tribute ...
Reviewed by ROCK-Salt! Proctor 4/29/2006
He would be happy that your memories to loves gift him compare, he resurrects in all the thing of favor and uplifting.The tender things , he often gave to others and especially you. I had an uncle like this too, He always made mr feel important and special. Art
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 4/29/2006
Treasures are part of the timeline we cherish forever. It is part of us and memories and love. It is a bonding tribute to living. Your verses are as tender and priceless as this treasured teapot.
Reviewed by Martin Hebert 4/29/2006
~~Eileen~~very beautiful poem~~

Reviewed by Regina Pounds 4/29/2006
Eileen, those treasured items hold the connection to beloved ones - be they far away or gone from illustrate that so well...I'm glad you have this beautiful teapot to hold onto and admire and to remind you of your uncle.

thanks for sharing this with us
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 4/29/2006
What a sweet and tender tribute to your uncle who was a diamond in your crown of life, Eileen. It is the little treasures that end up meaning the most to us somewhere down the road. A memory is something that cannot ever be replaced by something tangible but something tangible often rekindles the memory. Wonderful poem, girlfriend!
Take care,
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