My dad was born 80 years ago today in West Texas as the Great Depression was coming to an end in the shadow of another Great War in Europe, a time before regular Americans realized we’d be involved in that war. With that backdrop and two incredible and resourceful parents, Dad was raised to be … Continue reading (Another) Haiku for Dad, On His Second Birthday in Heaven
I’m reblogging this post from Father’s Day last year with a haiku for my Dad. He loved it, and died 3 days later. I miss him, on this first Father’s Day without him. But I am perfectly at peace knowing that he knew how much I loved him. A simple little Father’s Day haiku from … Continue reading Haiku for My Dad — Glover Gardens
A little Christmas poem from Glover Gardens about sorrow, joy and the Christmas miracle.
A simple little Father’s Day haiku from a grateful daughter.
Thanksgiving weekend, eight of us family members spanning three generations packed into my Honda Pilot and headed down to the Bolivar Peninsula where I grew up. We were on a mission to visit Dad’s favorite restaurant down there, and remember him. It was a perfect autumn day to walk the beach and reminisce. So of … Continue reading Three Haiku from a Day at the Beach, Remembering Dad
A little bee poem from a grieving and grateful daughter about making Dad-memories into honey.
(another) haiku for the best dad ever, on his first birthday in heaven
Haiku for Dad from a grieving and grateful daughter.
This creamed corn is a rich, creamy dish that makes you nostalgic for the old days when life was simpler, people were kinder and you could borrow an egg from your neighbor, even if you never experienced any “old days” in that way.
a free verse remembrance for an amazing man