Old House photo prompt writing challenge

Remember that Night (double tanka)

Remember that night
I looked up and saw your face
Your smile lit the sky
And brightened my entire world
As you filled the window frame

Your eyes met with mine
A look that caressed my face
Smiles giving me hope
I knew you’d be in my heart
Until the end of all time

About Pamela Beckford

I'm a person, poet and a blogger. I have opinions that are solely my own. I am an avid reader and love to connect with people all through my life.

9 comments on “Old House photo prompt writing challenge

  1. Reblogged this on Poetry by Pamela and commented:

    For the Community Storyboard photo prompt

  2. Wow. That made me cry. Beautiful.

  3. For some reason this makes me think of ‘The Man in the Moon’.

  4. I like happy endings!

  5. A blissful, wishful thought – dream.

  6. A beautiful poem, Pam. I like it very much.

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