Two Puzzling Pieces

Two Puzzling Pieces

By Trudy A. Martinez

Did you ever meet two who were as different as night and day

Yet fit better together than not?


Here is just such a pair.

Two sisters with different color hair. 

One blonde.  One brunette.

One with eyes of blue.  

The other with eyes of brown.

One wears mostly a smile.

The other boasts mostly a frown.


Together they are like two fish in the sea,

Puckered up, 

Looking for fun,

Playing make-believe.


They climb a special tree

And dangle with their cousin – – out on a limb;

Because Grama’s tree is their favorite place to be.

They’re sisters.

They are best friends.

They tell each other secrets when ever they can.

Sandra B.-

The eyes give a glimpse of a story.

No one else can hear. 

It is a secret between two sisters.

A sound leaves the lips of one;

It goes into the ear of the other.

  Sandra B.

Once received, a lasting impression remains in all its’ glory

For everyone to see and wonder.

Why the wink?  Why a wide eye?  Why a grin?  Why the tongue on cheek?

My goodness! 

What a juicy puzzle!  

I’m left to wonder:  What can this secret be?

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About gramatrudy

BA degree in English with a single subject certification 1994 I enjoy writing, art (all forms), quilting, sewing, embroidery, photography (still and video), and most of all, my grandchildren.
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