He walks in

He walks in

The week washes away

Another set of hands

A fresh bottle of patience

An extra referee

He walks in

So does the laughter

A tooth brusher

A “hobbit story” teller

A chariot to deliver tired bodies to bed

He walks in

Our family is complete

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17 thoughts on “He walks in

  1. This is lovely. Ditto the other comments on the beautiful tenderness of this piece and the perfect repeating line. I also love your husband’s elevation to “chariot.” Enjoy your weekend!

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  2. It’s good to have a teammate. I really love the way the week washes away. Not to get too analytical, but it’s really a cool line. “Week” is a word with an abrupt ending consonant. It’s sort of a hard word, but “washes” is smooth, it softens the week, and then “away” has no hard sound at all. It just drifts off the line. That’s the way a Friday should go, from hard work to drifting off.

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