Photo by Teresa Rautio on Pexels.com The snow falls like crumpled pieces of off white construction paper On a frigid landscape of charcoal concrete and yellow dashes At the bus stop bench sits a gray haired man In a tan, burly coat smoking a cigarette with a withered hand It has seen the passage of … Continue reading Steel Toes
The Gift of Prayer
My auntie died two weeks ago and it hit me hard. It feels like every time I come up for air, my naive lungs take in water. But nevertheless, I have come to the reality that time is not guaranteed. It is only granted to blessed souls for a limited amount of time. And when … Continue reading The Gift of Prayer
Photo by Anca on Pexels.com How long before the bells ring? Their piercing sound can break the walking slumber of restless souls. Permit the chiming of melodious copper that tolls the heart of man. So that their ears may be opened once more. Love always, Esha ❤
Photo by Taras Makarenko on Pexels.com Fear has no place here. It's the opposite of peaceful. It rides passenger side with the spirit of anxious. Moving without notice because it lacks patience. But many cater to its needs anyway. They dread the night and allow the day to slip away. Afraid of the impending tolls … Continue reading Passenger Side
I dedicate this poem to my late Father. I love you Dad ❤ Faithful Man He is the people's champ A former player tuned into the channel of romance The dark horse no one ever gave a chance When the sunlight fades His cause will still stand Darkness fails to blemish the heart Of a … Continue reading Faithful Man
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