My Children March 9, 2013 / Cody McCullough My heart is full My spirits high I am glowing And bright I have children And I teach them What is right by Cody McCullough Photo by Elizabeth McCullough Share this:TwitterTumblrLinkedInRedditPrintFacebookEmailPinterestPocketLike this:Like Loading... Related
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what beautiful young ladies you there 🙂
oops! HAVE there –
No worries. Thank you for your nice words about my daughters.
How happy this poem is 🙂
It does feel good to write a poem with a positive feel.
thanks for sharing what I feel in my heart too
You’re welcome. Thank you for commenting.
You have an interesting rhythm going on there. And this is a very positive poem, I love it. But I do wonder what you mean by ‘right’. I’m guessing moral code I suppose. They are quite cute!
Thank you for your thoughtful comment.
I agree to that. That’s what we parents also do with our children. We always want to teach them right.
And someday…they will right about their father and your heart will burst know you did well! Beautiful little girls.
Thank you for you comment. I do love my girls.
simple and honest and true. thanks for stopping in to check out my writing too )
Thank you for your comment on this poem. It is one of my favorites.
Nice poem, nice photograph, beautiful home 🙂
I’m glad you like the poem and photo. The house is actually the 23-room Pittock Mansion, which overlooks Portland. Our home is much smaller.
Lovely. I have two of my own and can really relate to this.
I’m glad to hear that you can relate to this poem. My girls hold a special place in my heart. Thanks for the comment.
I have girls too. Must be that Daddy/daughter thing.
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Just dropping by to tell you that I have nominated you for an award. Check out the nomination here (scroll down the page):
Congratulations and best wishes!!!, Aquileana 🙂
I appreciate your nomination for the Love and Kindness Award. It reminds me that my most liked poem didn’t have a dark tone to it. Instead, well, it sided with love and kindness. Definitely two good things to have on your side. Thank you for the nomination.
I posted It here like randomly to tell you the truth! Sorry If does not go well with the tone of your poem… Well Maybe somehow It does, as you have said… Reasons beneath… Who knows and why not?
Thanks for sharing your poetry and best wishes, Aquileana 🙂
Lovely picture! Enjoy. 🙂
I’m glad you like the picture. It holds a special place in my heart.