Monthly Archives: April 2014

Don’t cry over spilled milk Opening eyes to see faces all posed Someone is covering my mouth and my nose I remember Beechwood The impact of the crash Bouncing off the tree As my foot presses brake to floor, wheeling … Continue reading

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An Unbridled Risk

The long, winding road Lies ahead of me I can see off in the distance But not around the bends along the way. The scenery is inviting The serene water of the lake The mountains silhouetted against blue sky Clouds that foretell … Continue reading

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Sweet Silence

Before the sun arises My eyes are open When it is still darkness When there is stillness in the darkness I steal away from the warmth of the night Before i have to face the day And call on sweet silence … Continue reading

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Breath of Hope

We are dying While we’re living We are taking While we’re giving See the hope in doubt What is doubt, but fear In what you can’t see From within your sphere How many colors in the rainbow How many shades … Continue reading

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Dreams Afloat

My yellow balloon floated up in the sky How long would it last no one would know I held it tightly in my hand But I somehow let it go There were hundreds of others I saw as I stare Confetti … Continue reading

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Disabled

Philip Seymour Hoffman Dead at 46 I never knew his name But I was watching Hunger Games when the news came Mockingjay        Mocking jay And what a mocking of a life so talented So many can’t handle … Continue reading

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A Summers Walk

He was in his peruvian hat She in her heavy bonnet Strolling along the shore Long after the sun had set The clearly incised moon hanging above Amidst the sea of stars Their audience listening in silence   prompt: Names … Continue reading

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