It's been a long time since i've visited this favourite haunt of mine and the moment i saw the name Rico i knew it'd be worth reading. So thank you for the fantastic welcome back, a simple sentiment worded perfectly, it has that rare ability of slipping off the tongue like i wish i could get my own work to do.
"The World Is No Longer A Romantic Place, However Some Of Its People Still Are, And Therein Lies The Promise, Don't Let The World Win"
Posts: 65 | Location: England | Registered: 09-08-02
I love to read this every Thanksgiving...and I can see I bumped it once in August, just because it's such a "feel good" kind of piece. I just realized I bumped it on exactly this day last year...my inner senses must start craving some good down home cookin' at this time every year!
Happy Thanksgiving, ALL! Thank you, Rico, for sharing this wonderful piece a couple of years ago..I never grow tired of it!
"If a man should pick me wildflowers, he would hold my heart forever" J.
Posts: 2115 | Location: somewhere over the rainbow | Registered: 06-30-02
I can not say I disagree or agree, but I really liked the poem. Hymsa reminded me (I'm not sure how to spell that) we used to sing in elementary school. I can imagine a school with their school song or something.
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Hello guys..I love and like the the poem my mom is also take advantages through this poem this poem is very informative for my mom about the cooking..And its wish that she also make these types of poem with in days.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Mrs. Micawber,