It was 1972 and I lived 20 miles outside a college town. There were miles of tall forest — until a cluster of homes appeared out of nowhere. My house looked a lot… Continue reading
With Colleen’s challenge, you can do haiku, tanka or haibun. I’m not enthralled with haibun and find myself yawning half way through reading it. On Monday, I like the Ronovan Writes haiku… Continue reading
Monster Meet and Greet Mash October 28, 2015 kayuk: Please join me at the Monster Meet And Greet Mash over a yadadarcyyada where you can participate in a Halloween Blog Party! Check it out,… Continue reading
Where am I going and where have I been? What am I doing and how have I seen the path that I traveled, and what have I done to give others hope who believed they had none? . Bending… Continue reading
Water, always the water pouring past my feet… drowning in seas of mud or caught in a tsunami’s grasp. . Lost, always…endless…searching, straying far from home, languishing amid trees, as the road… Continue reading
Moss covers a tree as sentimentality colors perspective. . Lost in a forest, white with fear, reddened with tears, Moss grows where it’s moist.
The stillness of night once held ears hostage to aural fears. . Fan in the window, computer running, doesn’t mask our fright. . Modern solutions cannot erase our ancient demons.
Fighting Depression Life has been so kind to me for many a long year, so why is it normal now to feel an inch from tears? All it takes sometimes is just a frown across a… Continue reading
So many songs that I have not finished like friendships I’ve started and left behind. Someplace inside me where melodies faded the words I have spoken are troubling my mind. ….. No… Continue reading
Last night was rough. If it wasn’t the dog breathing in my face,or the pain radiating everywhere, it was the dream of being a small child hunted down by assassins. The crowd surrounding… Continue reading