Monthly Archives: June 2019

A Huge Loss

What do you do when your eyes dim and gray clouds cover the world and you live to read and write and admire the photos of your grandchildren?   What do you do with your time when it hurts to … Continue reading

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A Mighty Hand

  A mighty hand reached to the earth and fingered fractured soil so fine that particles of dust, no worth, trickled like lonely sands of time.   Tears trickled through a curtain torn showering grace as before the fall. With … Continue reading

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Emotional Rollercoaster

Alone In the middle of a crowded room Silent voices scream for recognition Fear Twists guts into compressed clay Paralyzing limbs, numbing throats Degradation Fills the ears of the emotionally injured Ruining scarce moments of hard-fought joy Depression Carries sinking … Continue reading

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A Grain of Sand

Nothing more than a grain of sand one among a cast of millions arose and accepted the burdensome yoke of humanity, the drudgery of life, the pains, torments, tears, and fears until love entered his heart.   Nothing but a … Continue reading

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