Hard To Break

Photo by Lopsan on Pexels.com Thousands of miles separate distant hearts A space that missed and longed for you Is within arm's reach but still so far away Arguments, tense conversations, childhood trauma and broken dreams Left us hurt but speechless How can a soul piece together pressure and stress that it can't comprehend? Years … Continue reading Hard To Break

Grocery Store Prices

Photo by Greta Hoffman on Pexels.com The cart fills up with the splendor of groceries galore. But the cost has increased to ridiculous heights. Zucchini, cucumbers, carrots, mushrooms, potatoes, celery, peaches, apples, grapes, pears, lemons, cherries, luncheon meat, turkey, chicken, frozen pizza, onion dip, chips, guacamole, french bread all for the low price of $159. … Continue reading Grocery Store Prices

Girl Child

Photo by Marta Dzedyshko on Pexels.com Girl child,  Don’t you talk too loud  Men don’t like a woman yelling  And carrying on  Only lite words that reek of diet soda Can come from your lips  And eat a little less  Watch your hips You don’t wanna gain too much weight  Don’t ask questions only do … Continue reading Girl Child

To Sow Shade

Photo by Felix Mittermeier on Pexels.com To Sow Shade It looks bad. No visible progress made kind of bad. No goals for greatness achieved. By all accounts the situation looks quite dismal. But such is the nature of a seed. You sow it and hope for growth. Along the way a storm comes to water … Continue reading To Sow Shade

Story time: Rhythm Of Life

Photo by Tatiana Syrikova on Pexels.com   Rhythm Of Life When I was but a child Every year, before the first frost Turned moving vitality into hibernating stillness I would watch all the ducks fly away   I can still recall asking my Mother, Where are the birds going? She smiled into my eyes and … Continue reading Story time: Rhythm Of Life