This is a very moving poem really, Judy. It also shows the kind of person he is, also wharf is important to him. I can definitely understand his choice of the recliner.
I don't know him, but I love that he loved his mother.
What a wonderful guy your poem depicts, Judy. I love thinking of this person with the essence of his mother with him in that big overstuffed recliner.
There is real sweetness in this poem, and in the man described. I see he passed on love easily, by sharing some of his inheritance with his wife first, like passing on his mother's generosity. The idea of feeling wrapped in her love in a recliner bought with her inheritance is a sweet idea. This one and Ann's recliner poem both make me a bit more tolerant of the recliner, a kind of furniture I personally have never appreciated.
What a beautiful poem Judy. So unexpected.
This is heartwarming and so beautiful... Gone but always around
You convey a great deal in few words. One of the most difficult aspects of writing poetry. I feel his love, the mother and mother-in-law's love, his fairness, his wife's companionship and familial love. Plus, I also like my recliner and miss my mother.
I write poetries in Hindi and this site was really nice. Read some of my works at shayarana.com
That is beautiful Honey. Mother would like what you said. She loved you.
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