With only 7 weeks until we meet, I speak my thoughts to your future. Your mother and I are overflowing with gladness. Our sweet flower will finally find air, our legacy finally finds breath, soaking up a new world through eyes glowing with the muted knowledge of a creator that only babies know. That day … Continue reading Naming Game
He watched his miracle curdle in the grooves of his palm. To have and to hold had grown sour the moment he decided to hold onto his ill intentions. His lips, stained with sin, hung heavy and full of fear, he couldn't help but sit soundless and still. The words he searched for dissolved into … Continue reading Treason
When the sky is all raindrops and fire, I promise to stand with you.
The completion of Writing 201 was never to be the end of my poetic education. There will never be enough to learn, I wanted more. There is a wide range of tools that can claim my personal poetic arsenal as home, and I welcome them willingly, Its an incredible exercise in growth.. I made … Continue reading Why I love Ellaine!!
Another day in the world of WordPress has provided another glorious opportunity to fine tune our art of expression, Writing 201, challenge number 3 is in play. The poetic form we have been given to play with today is "Acrostic", spelling out a word, or words with the first letters of each line of our … Continue reading Writing 201, Assignment 3: Acrostic – Trust
"Follow your heart they say, Use your head they say. Adding no direction the blind spiral, only in an attempt to sound like they helped!" My mind and my heart love to play games, they indulge in a pentathlon of give and takes. On the looping itinerary I see the classics, tug of war, hide … Continue reading Notes from Paranoia: Trust!!
December! Your stretch is drenched in a bitter stench!! Frost and fermented fun, run course through your trench I cower and quiver, besieged by the winters breathe My patience for her whispers whimper to a splinters breadth So I'm Befriending her enemy, warm, vivid and bold A flickering fire, she finds means to limit the … Continue reading FIRE