Waiting In Truth

Photo by Ben Mack on Pexels.com Waiting In Truth The truth lies in the back of a still throat, waiting to be expressed, acknowledged and heard. Desiring to be picked up by the five senses of a person tuned out to the world. To be seen in the dazzling break of day. To dream of … Continue reading Waiting In Truth

Short Story-time: When I Fell in Love with Poetry

Photo by Element5 Digital on Pexels.com As corny as it may sound... It started when I learned how to read. At 5 years old, I felt the words form into rhymes and they rolled off my tongue like waves of clapping water. I was mesmerized by their loud, vivacious sound. Vowels made love to the … Continue reading Short Story-time: When I Fell in Love with Poetry

Given Up…

Photo by Sachin C Nair on Pexels.com Given Up...  We climb to the top together But doubt seems to push me down Stretched fingertips away from touching sky Now seconds from hitting the ground As I'm falling, you turn around And reach out for me Just when I had given up You grabbed hold of … Continue reading Given Up…

Indoors For New Years

                      Indoors For New Years No goofy metallic glasses, hats, mega parties or shots of Patrón for me... I know I can't be the only person at home on New Years Eve. Looking for an interesting blog to read. Or maybe I'll flick through the channels … Continue reading Indoors For New Years

Haiku: The Hate I See

Sometimes I feel like I'm alone howling at the moon but just the thought of someone reading my words takes that feeling away from me. Thank you for caring! The Hate I See discrimination is consistently at play in a foreign place   Love always, Esha ❤