cronechronicler

Sometimes everything has to be enscribed across the heavens so you can find the one line already written inside you. Sometimes it takes a great sky to find that small, bright, and indescribable wedge of freedom in your own heart. David Whyte

Moving On

on September 12, 2020

Tomorrow they empty the pool
Drain away our summer oasis
Silence the happy voices
Leave us to start over again

For a while things seemed almost normal
People exercised, floated, swam laps
Children splashed while moms supervised
Many stretched out on chairs in the sun

Now we reenter a virtual world
Zoom connects us for learning and fun
School is in session a variety of ways
We will discover new ways life can go on


13 responses to “Moving On

  1. Dale says:

    Simply beautiful, Ina.
    End of summer is so bittersweet.

  2. A sad ending to one season, but let’s hope the next one is fruitful.

  3. Resa says:

    At least there were some almost normal days. YAY!!
    Not much is normal, anymore.
    Be well!

  4. Ali Grimshaw says:

    A slice of life from our current times. We are called to shift and shift again.

  5. Dalo 2013 says:

    Discovering new ways for life to go on… Perfect words for this year throughout this piece of yours, and then you give an ending we all must take heart in 🙂 Discovery of new ways. And I think this year more than any other, when the draining of the pool occurs at the end of summer there is a bit more sadness because those moments that seemed as close to normal and a pleasant reminder of happier days go away too. Take care ~

    • vivachange77 says:

      Thanks, Dalo. Maybe I will write the humorous happenings of having my groceries delivered. I haven’t been inside a grocery store since March. It will probably be a tame experience going back.

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