Sunday, May 9, 2010

Sunday Memories: The Look of Love


Judith

She escaped from Hungary to England as the Nazis began to round up the Jews. In 1950, she sailed on the Queen Elizabeth into the New York Harbor.

It was morning and the crescent moon glimmered on the water.

The Lady beckoned.

The boat horns blew welcome.

Then the city unfolded before her eyes.

It was love at first sight.

5 comments:

cityofstrangers said...

CO - that was sweet. I bet New York looked absolutely fantastic after post-war Europe. What a liberation it must have been . . .

T.

Bucko said...

Beautiful!

A beautiful woman, a beautiful moment and beautiful writing.

Goggla said...

Wonderful, romantic imagery!

Fairy Whispers said...

I love the images running through my mind after reading this:) thank you:)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for writing about my mother. That's just a little taste of what she has to tell. She wrote down her escape from Hungary. It is amazing to read.