Acrostic for LETTERS Written by Ellen Grace Olinger L ove E xpressed T ranscending T ime E verlasting R emembrance of S ouls I wrote the acrostic in 2010. Thought I’d repost with some pictures from http://wpclipart.com. Like this:Like Loading... 11 thoughts on “Acrostic for LETTERS” When I helped my parents move out of their house, I found a dusty shoe box tied with a string. My mom and I sat at the table, drank tea, and laughed and sniffled over the letters from my grandmother to her daughter, my mother, when Mom was in college and early teaching and facing some sadness. Your acrostic for ‘Letters’ was perfect. LikeLike Dear Marylin, Another beautiful story. My mother’s mother, Grace, died a year before I was born, to the day. I know Grace through her crafts. She made beautiful aprons. Those early teaching years are sure a lot of work. Thank you LikeLike Such a pretty post Ellen, and I love your new header. Margie LikeLike Hi Margie, Thank you. Sometimes I see the clip art, and then a post is inspired. LikeLike Oh, I do love this one, Ellen!! LikeLike Thank you and blessings for a lovely day! LikeLike Beautiful. The letters we receive, send, and keep, are precious. LikeLike Thank you. So true. And thanks for including me in your special haiku post. LikeLike It was a pleasure. LikeLike I also have a small site called Haiku Prayers – Poetry And Other Art. http://haikuprayers.wordpress.com A place to practice, try some new ideas. This is my main blog, as you know. Happy too that I could introduce Sandra and you – I bought her book. I love the way haiku brings so many people and places together. LikeLike Thanks for the link. I see you posted blue salvia clip art. I have blue salvia in the garden right now. Yes, it was lovely to see Sandra’s blog. Haiku is a generous form of poetry; it gathers in so many. LikeLike Comments are closed.