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
Being Called A Loser
Photo by Krizjohn Rosales on Pexels.com I look for the bright side. I think we all do! We search for the road to understanding knowing that the words necessary may elude us at times. But we try and try and try again. Knowing that each failure brings us closer to winning. The world may see … Continue reading Being Called A Loser
This poem is for all the people who have lost someone they loved. Keep the faith! It never goes away. The feeling of missing you. The thought of... could I have done more. The shape of your face blends into the background of shaky memories. I can't go back in time to hold your hand. … Continue reading Enough Mourning
The Joy Of Freedom
Photo by Eva Elijas on Pexels.com The Joy Of Freedom The world doesn't understand poets... Because we bare our soul. We say and write the pain That no one wants the public to know. But that's the thing about self-expression It's an opening and closing door that leads to FREEDOM Love always, Esha ❤
Photo by Vie Studio on Pexels.com Shallow Mistakes Who am I to judge, what I don't understand? I see you doing wrong But fail to realize where the complications all began God has your role established in a larger plan While I am consumed by an ever-growing ignorance Assuming I know your past … Continue reading Shallow Mistakes
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