CB, 9Nov14, Prompt #174, “To Have and to Hold”

Our lives are moments handed down from generation to generation upon which we build a new version based on this foundation. Our lives appear to be heirlooms. Today, write about an heirloom, memento, or keepsake. Describe it, from whom it was given and the strength of the attachment.

Passport

He had his travel suitcase packed
Retirement had come at last
He’d freely roam by sea or land
A destination always planned.

By Dale Frost, CC BY 2.0
By Dale Frost, CC BY 2.0

Day 23, Granada Camp for Wayward Poets – Your Area Adventures

July 23rd – So tell us about your town, city, state, country…places where you can escape for the day or week to camp, or be amused in a park setting. A place you’ve never been but would like to (have) gone. Be poetic and we’ll be informed and share your locale.

Tide Pool, Pacific Coast

It’s in a little town
Where, up late, you can see
Chiton’s midnight walk
Around
The rocky shoreline,
nightly.

Chiton by tsoleau, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
By tsoleau, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0