Tags » Coming Back

The Flowers Littering the Backseat

It’s very hard for us, as emotional beings, to cohesively organize the failed loves of our past. More often than not we squirm, cry, cringe, burn, long, collapse in thought of someone that we had once shared with our most intimate thoughts and moments. 324 more words



with breaks, my dear

comes lack of holiness

matrimony has no meaning

poetry dries up

finger joints become rusty

hymns turn to ash

life becomes grayer, bleaker… 35 more words


Absent Status

So it’s been a while since I’ve posted. I’m truly sorry for this.

There’s this thing called life that’s been kicking me down the past few months and I’ve been trying to deal with it all in the best way. 1,442 more words


Home Again

She took in the once familiar surroundings and sighed, wishing she’d come back sooner. But, everything was just the way she remembered, if only in desperate need of a good dusting. 25 more words


Four For Six

“I thought we’d never come back from that one!” George told Mabel, who told Isabelle, who told Raffi, and all four of them breathed a sigh of relief, collapsing onto each other on George’s extra-large couch. 415 more words


Back from the Brink....

What a long couple of years it has been…and although I will go into why my absence was for so long, I first want to apologize to any of my readers who might have been reading along, particularly my series about Costa Rica and were then just left hanging, maybe wondering if something had happened to me…or if I’d simply fallen off the face of the planet. 782 more words

In My Head

Chapter 1: page 2

Previous Page                                                                                                                        Next Page