Enjoy this guest blog that appeared today on Abbie’s Corner of the World. Thank you, Abbie, for reading my poem for the blogging world to enjoy, too.
I truly appreciate this beautiful blog and am so glad to share it here on SCANdalous-Recollections today.
Today, I’m pleased to have Lynda McKinney Lambert as a guest. She’s the author of Concerti: Psalms for the Pilgrimage (Kota Press, 2003) and Walking by Inner Vision: Stories & Poems. (DLD Books, 2017) She’s also an artist and teacher who suddenly lost her eyesight ten years ago. You can read reviews of Walking by Inner Vision on my blog and on the Vision Aware site. Here’s one of her poems, which you can also read on her blog. It’s about her grandmother’s cream pitcher, a photo of which is below.
Ida Matilda’s Cream Pitcher
by Lynda McKinney Lambert, 2017
I loved to spend endless, languid
days at Grandma’s house, sitting
around her plentiful kitchen table. Ida
Matilda’s raisin-filled cookies, sprinkled with
apple pies and yeast breads served hot from her oven
tart cherry desserts and homemade blackberry jam.
I poured heavy cream this morning…
View original post 261 more words