Honest Thoughts on Compassion

As of late, I have been absent from this blog. I felt the need to give myself time to mourn. I learned that it is a long and tedious process that can't be rushed or ignored. For a year and a half, I fought my emotions, worked out, laughed, cried and tried to make sense … Continue reading Honest Thoughts on Compassion


Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Practice A sandless hour glass Keeps track of the dial for me Trapped air sits ad nauseam With no way to pass the time and zero relief Moments are walled in with granular precision Shrinking seconds, caving-in, Inching closer to an aging vision But seeing its value nonetheless As you … Continue reading Practice


Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com Supple Cherries and almonds bathed in vanilla's glaze Are moisturizing rough cracks embedded In supple skin that once clung to bones Like freshly spun silk   You walked on air So they called you twinkle toes You possess an embrace lighter than feathers Bursting from a full pillowcase   … Continue reading Supple