Unreleased: Snow Globe

Photo by Jordan Benton on Pexels.com Snow Globe We skate figure 8's Arm's stretched out-wide to catch the draft We live for the moment There is thrill in our laugh Wearing a coat too big to fit Trekking through the slush But it fails to penetrate insulated boots Strong enough to crush acorns with Mittens … Continue reading Unreleased: Snow Globe

Honestly: All I Have

  All I Have I don't have much to give outside of poetry. Sometimes... I don't really think one person can even make a difference! But I pray now more than ever that my words are able to give someone in the world solace. If I can just make one person laugh, smile or think … Continue reading Honestly: All I Have

In Memory

  This poem is dedicated to my Grandmother. In Memory Your eyes were soaked in the honey of hope Faint crows feet stood watch nearby No matter the time of day You would always laugh, smile And indulge in the happiness of life   I can still recall The gray, thick curls falling loose To … Continue reading In Memory

One Sweet Day

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com One Sweet Day I want to go outside To catch the breeze as it flows Through the leaves in the trees And comes catapulting on high sails to me   While the thunder rolls In a nearby cloud bank I want to walk in the ominous smog To feel the … Continue reading One Sweet Day