Author Archives: Mary (tqhousecat)

About Mary (tqhousecat)

I am a wife and a mother of two grown children. Recently I have begun writing a couple of blogs. One poetry and one on hope. I only wish that whoever reads this will be blessed, inspired and occasionally amused. Soon to be added is another blog...writings on hope from a biblical perspective. Now it can be seen at please feel free to visit.

Eyes Wide Open

Genetics are a ghastly observation I penned what I believed a humble telling What came it seemed a verbal reprehension I felt the words a killing Somehow knew I’d be just as willing To mind said I at once”Do you … Continue reading

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A Single Girl’s Fridge

What’s that she sees A bed of moss Atop of slimy soupy stock And half a sandwich now gone stale An open can of flat ginger ale She smells a stench May start her pukin’ She never got around to … Continue reading

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Eyes of Faith

Having Our Perspective Enlarged When I change how I see To how God sees When darkness becomes a backdrop For light to shine When I look beyond hate All humanity is capable of, even me I will see hope surviving … Continue reading

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Integrity Anyone?

I break pattern Time don’t care No stop for nobody A promise what? Without me you continue Dust settles Only to be trampled Rhyme or no Just sticks to the page Couldn’t pass up trying, sorry. Challenge is “breaking the … Continue reading

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Nature, No Apology

Stinkbugs and beetles, no shoes on their feet, crawl over silver polished ground, their own deep frozen world seeking out warm shelter. They don’t mourn the death of our flowers and crops. Our loss is their wake. “To every thing … Continue reading

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Sing Me to Sleep

The moon and stars take their shift And stands guard while sun and earth sleep Babies hear lullabies And they sleep Small children hear stories with happy endings And they sleep Teens hear music and media And they sleep less … Continue reading

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In The Spectrum

If I blend Will I be invisible? If I stand apart, Too loud? Do I choose To be my own Or part of a crowd? The colors of the rainbow Placed ‘tween rain and sun Is both the primary and … Continue reading

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