Haiku ~ & “Merry Christmas”

In life and in death You can not deny the truth Spirit moves your Soul!   On this Sunday, one week before we celebrate the birthday of Christ, I am solemn… This week I learned of a birth, and a death, in a matter of hours.  One tiny little human embarking on the most miraculous […]

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Dance Into Eternity

Life. Death. A thin line. I’ve walked for years, Straddling, One leg firmly planted on the side of life. The other in the air, crossing the center, balanced like a gymnast on the beam. Life. Death. One is here, where my foot is planted firmly, and there are times that it feels darker, than being […]

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Dr. Wayne W. Dyer ~ I Miss You

One lonely tear magnifies the hole placed in my heart when you left We were so close to meeting you and I and the energy we would have created would have been so full of miracles But the time has passed and so has your soul and I am left here to wonder why events occurred […]

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The Long Night & Haiku ~ 12/16/14

                  I stayed awake all night a few ago…No…I wasn’t reliving my teens pulling an all-nighter, partying, having fun.  I stayed awake all night, crying, and praying, and writing. I am at a place in my life that intellectually I knew would arrive, but emotionally I never wanted […]

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Which Hurt is Better?

I’m not sure I’ll post this.  I’m not sure why I am writing it. My ex husband died today…the father of my only son. I wondered if I should feel something more than what I do? I suppose what I feel … is what I feel.  And I hate the word “should!” We were so […]

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Angels in the Surf

I drive by the beach to be consoled by mother nature to see her beauty and to feel her rhythm of life I am sad to see lights litter the landscape flashing an emergency for a soul who thought he could become one with the waves the currents were strong and they ripped him out […]

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Ode to an Ex

My heart is broken for it feels nothing So many years and you were important more that you weren’t Years gone by with nary a thought of you not even a glimpse into your world a curiosity I left when I left because I had to protect my baby and in reality I had to […]

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