I have determined the gender of love. The world gathers round. Some pray tearfully, Some joyfully, Some don’t pray at all. Watching sun descend, I set the heavy book on altar. It’s two hands are weak Against sensations held within. She’s there! Rising out of written words On decaying paper she dances. Converting ancient language … Continue reading The Gender Of Love
This Christmas I reflect with gratitude on: (In no particular order…) My Grandma My Grandma has a comforting presence to me, her energy is a Mother’s love. She’s never ceased being amazed by the blessings and wonders each day brings – whether it’s snapping green beans on the back porch for dinner, catching fireflies in … Continue reading This Christmas I reflect with Gratitude on:
I find love to be a complex thing Yes, even the love Christ brings He says he loves me But how could that be For most of me is faithfully unkind I guess he’s simply paid me no mind He replies what is me is past what is seen I lie in unmanifestable dream – … Continue reading I Find Love
Dinner At Boyfriend’s House Sophomore year of high school my struggles with anxiety rose clearly to the surface. I was invited to stay for dinner with my first boyfriend’s family. When I sat down for dinner, I saw his father had made hamburgers. I didn’t eat beef because I was terrified of mad cow disease. … Continue reading Sophomore Year Of High School – Me, Anxiety, and Medicine Meet Face to Face
Being Me? I’d assume being me would be the easiest thing to be. Trees, birds, everything in nature appears so gracefully itself. Couldn’t I just decide to be me in a moment, and to remain me for the rest of my life. Sure life would still send challenges, but they’d be sent to me. I’d … Continue reading Where I Was (November) – An Unexpected Step
You have forgotten who you are. But I haven’t. Some part of God Lost to love. But your heart beats, Listen! It will guide you back, You say to “death!” And I agree As all paths lead Certainly to destiny. But if we hold to love, Through the darkest paths of fear. We may find … Continue reading You Have Forgotten Who You Are
Today I found those beautiful words I scan fast And ignore An ode to a mother The praise, the tenderness, The love Expressed with feeling I am sure But serves as whiteout to my soul What pain it must be That transforms love to enemy It steals my heart It steals my words It steals … Continue reading Today I Found Those Beautiful Words (Poem)
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