Just step over the edge, it's no big deal Into the unknown as it swirls and clusters Around you The universe has its hands upon you Moving you into the position you need to be Receive it And the blessings that shall come Falling like long-awaited rain On the scorched embers of your heart Just … Continue reading Words of Wednesday #16: Swirling Unknown.
Can I feel you inside me The prodigal child come home Will you speak my name from the shadows And bring me back To the day I first lost you • I was alone Drifting further from the familiar shores of youth Your light seemed so far away Like a thing I'd never see … Continue reading Words of Wednesday #15: Come Home.
Golden anchor holding me down Rainbows as handcuffs Apples in the head Zip away your life in a ziplock bag Invite your enemies to brunch Noxious fumes eat at your soul Going "HONK!" at 3:54am In a small cave, I sleep Nesting on a fortune Telling time for a living Hold everything against … Continue reading Words of Wednesday #14: Strange Times.
It's like picking a scab You didn't realize you had The feeling that washes over you It makes you complete Whole once more In all the glorious insanity And you didn't realize You were still broken After all this time How you kept dumping the pieces Out of the box And hoping They'd … Continue reading Words of Wednesday #13: The Door Opens.
Hello everybody! I hope you are having a most pleasant week. I'm on the mend from the flu so I shall try not to babble long. Instead I shall amuse you with some poetry of olde. And since I missed last week's words, I bring you two poems for the price of one! (can you … Continue reading Words of Wednesday #12: More Poetry of Yore.
Stand in the sand. Remember who you are. Feel the cool water splash against your legs and wiggle between your toes. Think about this river, many rivers. The paths we take, jutting offshoots and all, to find ourselves. Think about the water, outside and in, and what you have become. Feel it in your … Continue reading Words of Wednesday #11: The River Believes.
Not much time for words here this morning. Mountains or otherwise! Change has come barreling back into my life and I'm not dealing with it all that well. Disappointing. I thought we were friends! But, alas, no. Work in progress. Yet again. The little poem I share today was written by me in 1996 … Continue reading Words of Wednesday #10: Ode to Frankenstein.