If you haven’t visited Christine’s blog, you are missing so much!


A warm summer’s evening,
the kind of day when
bedtime forgets it’s name and
little ones refuse to tell.

You wore a denim shirt
tucked in, but not quite,
to your trendy knee length shorts
like a cool teenager.
You were chasing a balloon
with your big brother.

When did you stop being a baby?

Was it one night last week
while you were sleeping?
A mysterious unfolding,
a sudden beating of wings,
a flying off into the unknown,
into the boundless landscape of
your very own pure and precious ife.

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A wanderer who has found home and herself in the South of France.
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9 Responses to Transformation

  1. Thank you so much for the reblog Lea! You have restored some lost confidence in myself xxx

  2. claudia says:

    oh yes – they seem to grow up overnite and you wonder where all the years went… sigh

  3. Eileen says:

    poignant….articulate….touching……………and so very very real!

    • Léa says:

      I knew you would like Christine’s work! She is amazing and a dear friend. Her latest book, Dancing in the Rain was launched recently with proceeds to Multiple Sclerosis Foundation.

  4. As always Lea, Christine’s poems are a delight to behold.

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