Laurel Thomas

Tuesday

7

July 2015

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Plunging in the River

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Tyler’s Plunge

 

Muscles taut in sturdy limbs,

Poised to plunge,

Unafraid.

 

He’s five, after all,

The world must bow

To pint-sized limbs,

Poised to plunge,

Unafraid.

 

A barrier crossed,

A line is drawn,

As sunlight glistens

And water beckons below.

 

His leap won’t wait,

To count the cost

And calculate the gain.

 

So with muscles taut,

He plunges,

Poised and

Unafraid.

 

Expecting his leap

To conquer the world,

He knows must bow

To him.

 

Hope you enjoy my word picture of Tyler hurtling off the edge of the high dive this weekend. He said, “I can do it. I’m five now.”

Thanks for the visual, Tyler. Here’s to all our leaps of faith!

Shalom,

Laurel Thomas

 

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