Monthly Archives: August 2017

Walking Through the Years

Twinkle twinkle little toes Soft shoes to keep from cold Patent leather shiny black Hear me coming, clack, clack, clack Then quiet demeanor I remember Mary Jane’s were soft and tender The 60’s came, we turned a corner Fears in … Continue reading

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Bliss

For some it’s when rain comes And swells parched, sun burnt Land and man Back to life For others when rain stops And in the wreckage All that’s lost makes Us all more alive Water is life either way Strange … Continue reading

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A Diet of Words

Words remind me of an open buffet All you can eat for one price Mixing and matching Metaphors and similes With feelings and stories Pouring into your mind like flavors That temptknowing you’ve arrived hungry Later reality hits you Right … Continue reading

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Biblical Borders

Faith has borders Without works, it’s dead Grace has borders None to the proud, but the humble instead Salvation has borders For sure a narrow road Hope has borders An anchor for my soul Forgiveness has borders Do this to … Continue reading

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In Common With Birds

I stood, silently watching as the Ruby throated hummingbird jutted it’s bill in and out of the feeder. His wings going at a speed of 200 beats per second, he grabbed his sweet fare and darted off. That is what … Continue reading

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Speaking or Silent

Words are drifting away like the receding waves Leaving torn remnants of the ocean’s bounty exposed Out of place, misunderstood and incomplete I hear me breathing, not speaking, and feeling alive, not silent Speechless, when all the world is fighting … Continue reading

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Never Blame The Rain

And we’ll never have that recipe again – Richard Harris You know the cake we left out in the rain The one that never could be made again We watched it wash away into the ground We tried but couldn’t … Continue reading

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