Tin Can Serenade

Amanda Dykes March 24, 2020

Tin Can Serenade Amanda Dykes Two homes in the mountains Snowed in for winter s keep A river in between them, A rope tight o er the deep A mother and her daughter, A father and his son, A cottage and a cabin, A story yet unspun But time did freeze a tin can Dangling from that rope A messenger from days gone by, Echoing long lost hope Until a cold November day Saw decades fall away Young hands inscrTwo homes in the mountains Snowed in for winter s keep A river in between them, A rope tight o er the deep A mother and her daughter, A father and his son, A cottage and a cabin, A story yet unspun But time did freeze a tin can Dangling from that rope A messenger from days gone by, Echoing long lost hope Until a cold November day Saw decades fall away Young hands inscribed a folded scrap, A missive sent to say _________________ So begins the plucky correspondence of Timothy and Genevieve, two children about to uncover a story long buried one filled with love, with loss, and with hope An enchanting Christmas story laced with joy, God s healing hand in the broken places of life weaves through each letter passed over the river in that tin can strung from the rusted pulley Enter into a simpler time in this petite tale, written to be just long enough to tuck into a stolen moment as you rest your feet and quiet your heart in the bustle of a busy season.

Tin Can Serenade Amanda Dykes

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