Another Song For My Mother

Captain’s Log  4,443

Best part of this Saturday was the dimming of the day.  What a fortunate shot I was able to grab with my phone as I gathered my reading materials and headed into the house.

Floral sentry waiting for dusk to release the fairies

I wish I had coined the phrase “dimming of the day.”  It was coined by someone I have admired for years.  It’s from a song written by Richard Thompson back in the 1970’s.  I have always loved it.  I sang it with my friend Brian whenever we found ourselves on a gig together.  Bonnie Raitt did a fine version.

Now, this song reminds me of my sweet mother.  Enjoy.

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16 responses to “Another Song For My Mother

  1. Loved the photo…..It would look so pretty hanging on a wall……and I love Bonnie Raitt….she really has a soulful voice.

  2. How lovely – both the photo and the song. During your reflective moments you are poetic; it just emphasizes your need to be writing, whether plays or a book. I mourn the fact that the world is being robbed of your talents.

  3. joanlockwoodusa@gmail.com

    lovely

  4. Is that the same Richard Thompson who wrote “red hair and black leather, my favorite color scheme”? Quite a way with words, that guy.

    Sweet entry 🙂

  5. Michelle

    That is just strange. I was singing that song earlier today. *hug*

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