skipping stones?
the weight
of father?s words


8 Responses

  1. Bethany R. Says:

    This is beautiful.

  2. Gary Michael Dault Says:

    Seems a tad whiny to me. Are a father's words so lightly applicable?

  3. David Wood Says:

    More the fathers words remembered when doing things shared in the past?

  4. janewilliams Says:

    I love the use of association here; equating words (of a parent) with stones, the illusion of weightlessness, skipping the surface until they inevitably sink (in). This one will stay with me, thank you.

  5. Sheila Sondik Says:

    The weight of the father's words, the ultimately failed attempt to leave them behind, the once shared activity—this is a stunning poem. Thank you.

  6. GenNov Says:

    good done!

  7. hoa khai truong Says:

    Thank so much, i like post

  8. thuoc ga da Says:

    thank you

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