“The road from appearance to reality is often very hard and long, and many people make only very poor travelers. We must forgive them when they stagger against us as if against a brick wall.” —Franz Kafka

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Then and Now

The photo is from an album my mother wanted with her on her death bed. She is the girl sitting on the dock. I wrote this poem for her. Today is the 35th anniversary of her death.



2 comments:

Roy said...

I always liked this one. Or, rather, both the picture and the poem.

asha said...

Thanks. BTW, mighty quiet over at Blog-o-rah-mah. :(