BANNER MOUNTAIN

Muscadine Vine

Hickory

Sumac

These hills that reach to touch me
and encircle me with mirth
are the hills that I’ve called home
since the moment of my birth.

c Copyright, Freeda Baker Nichols

8 comments on “BANNER MOUNTAIN

  1. Donna says:

    The longest I lived anywhere was around 5 years and that has been in the last 8 years. Lots of memories but not of a hometown. This new home will be my last so it is my hometown with memories growing till the end of time

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    • My children don’t have a hometown. When asked where they’re from, they say, “My parents are from Arkansas.” As someone said, “A rolling stone gathers no moss.” 🙂 Thanks for commenting, Donna. Your memories are what’s important–write them down, and enjoy them.

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  2. Short and sweet!

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  3. Simple but it conveyed so much love in few words.

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  4. It seems no matter where we live our hometown will always seem like home. When i think of the place i grew up, it brings back so many memories, mostly good.

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