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Home Again
by Gene Williamson

Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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the gull and I

stand and watch the surf roll in

tasting the wind

 

It's great to be back.  I wish to thank Jon Willey and all who remembered me with such generous words.

 

 

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Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks 7/1/2010
How much greater it is, Gene, that YOU ARE BACK! Tasting the wind can be a good thing, especially with your gull as companion :o) As always, your words produce such a strong image. Continue your progress of recovery...we need your contributions of beautiful art-words to view, my friend.
Blessings and Love - Micke
Reviewed by D Johnson 6/25/2010
Gene, it is good to once again read your words...welcome back!

Cheers,
Dan
Reviewed by Paul Judges 6/21/2010
Excellent !
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 6/20/2010
It is very good that you are back, Gene. You have recreated the ambiance of being by the sea very effectively with your succinct poem. Thank you for sharing. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by neerja gandhi 6/19/2010
home is where warmth is..no place better than home...good to be home again... : ) neerja
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 6/17/2010

you adorn our lives
with words of grace and beauty
whispered by the gulls

WELCOME HOME Gene! Sending you healing thoughts and prayers...

Carole~

Reviewed by David Hightower 6/16/2010
Gene - Good to have you back. You say so much here with so few words. - David
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 6/16/2010
Now we KNOW you are safely home and back on the ever onwards and upwards path to health and well-being, dear Gene! And IT FEELS GOOD! We can savour this re-opening scenario with you and know that it signals that all is well in your world, that the dreams continue undaunted and unbroken inspite of the drowse and perceived downtime of a period of sickness. As creative people, I strongly believe that there are "markers" in life that conjure our sense of being; things that clue us into what it means to be here, now and truly alive in our space on this mortal coil. My markers are things that others might consider ephemera and inconsequentialities: feathers, shells, leaves (plus rock concert ticket stubs... Aerosmith last night, Oh Boy!!) - and it's their appearance in my life that grounds me and opens doors to the who and what I'm about. Does this make sense? With you it's perhaps the companionship of your beloved Gull. Very cinematic - this I can see! :)) You better get that notebook at the ready, Writer Man, cos whatever that gull is tasting you can sure bet he's gonna be gettin you to note it down and translate for us back here! And he's got over six months' worth to be featherin your creative nest with... I'm sending my carrier pigeon over forthwith to confer! WELCOME HOME! :)) xx
Reviewed by F William Broome 6/16/2010

I didn't have ANY information on WHY. Sorry that I didn't keep writing. Yes, I've missed the Master writing you give us.- like "Home Again" Glad you're back. Gladder you are well, again!
- Bill
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 6/16/2010
So good to read that you are back!!!! Certainly have missed your wonderful energy here on the den...Now get going, We need you here..

My best blessings and healing energy to you, always,
Peace and love and (purple) lightness,
Amber
Reviewed by J'nia Fowler 6/16/2010
Yes, I can see the vista you paint with your well chosen word pictures. The gull rises on the thermals just as I do to know you are back with us. Much joy and renewed strength. Love, J'nia
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 6/16/2010
Gene, life seemed dull and gray without you, because we are a family and each member counts to hold us alive.
Welcome back my friend!

Georg

Reviewed by Liana Margiva 6/16/2010
I'M VERY HAPPY, THAT YOU ARE BACK, DEAR GENE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! MAY GOD BLESS YOU EVERY DAY IN YOUR LONG LIFE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 6/15/2010
I am so happy to see that the "man who talks to gulls" is back....you have been missed so much, Gene.
Reviewed by Elisabeth Barstowe 6/15/2010
I can almost smell the ocean. Well written!
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 6/15/2010
{{Hugz}} With Love's Bounty Embracing You Always
Welcome Back Dearest Gene!!
Sea Tide Treasures
Vickie
Reviewed by Jon Willey 6/15/2010
Gene, the fragrance of salty sea air filling your nostrils -- and your friendly sea gull, the ever present, attentive host extraordinaire -- it doesn't get much better than that my dear friend -- savor every moment intensely -- may peace and love be always with you, remain safe -- Jon Michael
Reviewed by John Flanagan 6/15/2010
Welcome back, Gene.

John
Reviewed by Gianetta Ellis 6/15/2010
I once sent you a message upon the wing of a gull who visited me at a lake. Wouldn't it be wonderful if that gull were your gull. Either way, it's always good to taste the wind and the salty sweet goodness of home. Sending love.
Reviewed by Lloyd Lofthouse 6/15/2010
If you just got back, where did you go. Where that was, I'm glad to see that you returned. I was wondering what happened. I haven't been a regular at Authors Den either since I started Blogging super seriously.
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 6/15/2010
It's great to have you back Gene, hope to hear lots from you now.

Newfie hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Paul Berube 6/15/2010
Nice to have you back, Gene.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 6/15/2010
Tis about time, bro', where ye been...? Even after my being sick last summer then again in the winter I to finally graced the den with my presence...Ed



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