Friday, October 29, 2010

A Child's Quilt

A child’s quilt

By a Grandmother stitched

Full of love

In every thread

In every square

A child sleeps

A child grows

Wrapped in warmth

Wrapped in dreams

Wrapped in love

Worn with age

A tattered quilt

Gone its warmth

Gone its beauty

But the dreams

And the love

These do remain

To hold and share

The legacy of a child’s quilt

And a Grandmother’s care

Quilt block 1967

part of a quilt stitched by Sarah Earl

written by Regina Earl Arlauckas

Christmas 1995


Marj said...

Beautiful poem and Block.
I saw Susan yesterday and viewed the pictures from last week. Loved the quilt show. Hope you are having a good week.

Shellie said...

Wow! I have warm fuzzies all over.

Higgins Design Studio said...

I loved those old quilts Grandma made for us all... they were so soft and comfy.

Babs said...

OMG Regina that is soooooo sweet!! You just gave me the BEST idea for one of my grandma's quilts that is way beyond repairing!
Love it - you must have been well-loved by gandma :)

jillquilts said...

Awesome! Great idea for displaying a lovely quilt! :)

Libby said...

SO SWEET!!! i love the little block and the poem!