Friday, September 11, 2009

Tattoo

The Sunday Scribblings prompt is TATTOO.




I've never craved tattoos as body art -
except your name tattooed upon my heart.


17 comments:

anthonynorth said...

Beautiful words - as always.

Maggie May said...

Aw..... That tiny post is so moving. Beautiful.

Sweetest in the Gale said...

And never could there be a more meaningful tattoo, even if it can't be seen by the human eye. This one touched me deeply...and I love the photograph of you and your husband! Lovely.

Dee Martin said...

Lovely sentiment and lovely photo Phyllis. It looks like such a happy time. You were truly blessed.

Lucy said...

so beautiful so you. xox

linda may said...

It is there already I am sure of it Granny. For eternity. What a touching post, you must be missing him so much.

Serena Shay said...

Aah...the best tattoo of all!

gautami tripathy said...

So true!

inside, outside, which side


Please don't forget to post your creative works at Monday Poetry Train Revisited too each Monday morning!

ChefDruck said...

Beautiful picture and such a moving take on the prompt.

keith hillman said...

Wow! Just lovely.

Heliotropism said...

Simplicity at its best, capturing the effervescence of love. What a truly lovely piece and tribute to the one you love:)

anno said...

The traces of shared lives and loves always go deeper than those shallow epidermal layers; as you said, they go all the way through, right to the heart, and inked in every cell. Just beautiful, and true.

nonizamboni said...

It only took you 14 words to tell the whole truth of life. So lovely. . . as you are.

Linda Jacobs said...

Oh, so beautiful! Those few words say tons!

Beth said...

Your words, so neatly direct, tell me of a lifetime of love; the photo of the two of you shows very real, but perfect companions, joined at heart. Thank you for continuing to write.

Life with Kaishon said...

And it will never leave your heart, will it? Never. Ever. I love that!

Life with Kaishon said...

I could look at this picture forever. So special!