OF MOM AND ME is a highly
personal account of Theresa F. Durkalec-Koch’s life and familial ties
in prose and short stories. She has also included some of her
mother’s work that she hopes will
inspire all who connect with her words.
Mom and Mes...
Sometimes in silent
I gaze out into your glory
Such beauty for the sighted to see
How one can stumble about their days
Blind to the all, set then about them
Is a great-great wonder unto me?
I cannot walk out into this world
Without being stopped in wondrous awe
At your painted beauty set out to see
When one asks of a photo taken by me
They too could have taken so very easily
There in one’s landscape placed there by thee
But the blind refuse to open up and see
This rings through-out my broken soul
How does one make the blind to see?
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