Saturday, May 28, 2011

Sunday 160 - Remember

We feel them in our hearts. 
Today we speak their names 
and we remember. 


If you wish to take the Sunday 160 challenge, here are the rules:

1. The Sunday 160 only uses EXACTLY 160 characters (including spaces).
2. Keep on schedule - post after 8:00 PM Pacific Time on Saturday.
3. Let me know you have posted via a comment on my site.
(Be sure to mention you have posted a 160. Provide a link if you can)
4. Visit at least one other Sunday 160 writer.


Brian Miller said...

its the names that get me every time...makes it personal...have a great weekend monkey...

will have mine up in just a back when it is...

Brian Miller said...

alright my 160 is up.

Sharon Day said...


Pheromone Girl said...

To forget would be unforgettable. Beautifully done. I did play today...

The Bipolar Diva said...

sometimes remembering is the most difficult thing for me.

G-Man said...

Amen KP...

Solemn 160...
I Played.....G

Olivia said...

That is a sentimental one MM!
very beautiful.. heartfelt!

weekend hugs xx

Unknown said...

Well said.

Mine is up

Helen said...

Perfect pairing of words and emotion.

the walking man said...

never forget

Anonymous said...

I'm with Brian on this ~ the names give us the reality of the sometimes unbelievable. Beautiful tribute.

I played :-)

The Visit

Eileen said...

My first attempt at Sunday 160. Loved it!


Anonymous said...

lovely tribe to those awesome souls.

well done.
bless all.

here is my Sunday 160

Anonymous said...

Very appropriate tribute--beautiful, Monkey Man.

Here is my 160 for today:

Monkey Man said...

My mother. My father. My wife's grandfathers, dear friend and aunt. More to list....but I had to follow the rules.
Happy Memorial Day, all.

Anonymous said...

i liked this. it was really sweet. a rememberance of people that matter the most. sometimes we forget about them and that's the real shame.

here's my sunday 160:


Anonymous said...

Heart felt ! My prayers to these soldiers ..

My post : Pretty

Evelyn said...

this is a wonderful way to remember them.
gorgeous photo and piece.

here is mine...

Me said...

So simple, yet so powerful. Excellent write, MM.

No 160 for me this week, I needed too many words today. But I'm sure I'll be back next Sunday.

Felicitas said...

This is a lovely tribute, MM.

Katherine Krige said...

A touching tribute MM. I guess that is the reasoning behind Memorial Day?To remember. There are so many that cannot be forgotten.

I haven't played in a while, so thought I would join this evening.

Cloudia said...

Powerful, Monk!

Aloha from Honolulu

Comfort Spiral




Eileen said...

A touching memorial.

Sandra said...

Always beautiful Mr.Monkey...wish I could be more varied with my comments, but your words are always beautiful.
PS: Could you please tell the lovely Pheromone Girl that I've been to her blog, and for some reason, Blogger isn't letting me leave a comment. It keeps trying to get me to relog in when I know perfectly well I'm logged in! This is why I'm moving to Wordpress next week. And her email is not on her profile so I can't privately email her. However, tell her, I thank her for her lovely comments, and I think her writing is so real and lovely, and I really do enjoy her. Go tell her. Go now! Thanks :)

Dr. Heckle said...

Very moving. I agree with Brian, the names make it closer to home.