Saturday, August 30, 2008


The play was over, the music ceased, the crowd filed out. It was like a dream ended. People scattered in all directions. Mrs. Sommers went to the corner and waited for the cable car.

A man with keen eyes, who sat opposite to her, seemed to like the study of her small, pale face. It puzzled him to decipher what he saw there. In truth, he saw nothing-unless he were wizard enough to detect a poignant wish, a powerful longing that the cable car would never stop anywhere, but go on and on with her forever

Now wasn't that a lovely story? Thanks for sharing it with me. : ) That lovely painting is "Sweet Memories" by G. Harvey.


Shady Gardener said...

I really like what you are doing here. Very poignant episodes. It could be any of us, at any time, couldn't it?

Eve said...

Yes, I think they may be why it appealed to me so much.

Marilyn said...

Hello Eve,
Thank you so much for the nice comment you left on my blog a few days ago! Always glad to meet another Mississippi girl ! I hope that you and your family are all right with the rough weather that has been down on the coast today!
I hope you'll come and visit my blog again soon. Company is always welcome!

God bless you!

Marilyn in Mississippi

Renie Burghardt said...

It was a lovely, sweet story, Eve. I really enjoyed it. Loved episode 5, below. And the ending is so poignant, as she didn't want the day to come to an end. Thanks for sharing it.


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