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My love
my sight,
my touch,
my hearing.
Can he
see me?
Is he
watching me
without him?
Does he
to… 19 more words

complicated. . .

You are…

My blessing and curse
A bright flame that burns
Ecstasy and anguish
Brilliance and blackness
Wildflowers and thorns
Embodied beauty and wounds
Calm seas and whirlwinds… 71 more words


Remembering The Forgotten

CW: PTSD, Suicide

A neighbor gave me a gift of a dozen ripe peaches today.  As I stood pondering what to do with them, a memory came back to me, unbidden, of the last conversation I had with my friend, Mike.  329 more words

Living The Path

37 Days Until 37 Years

My dad died 19 days before my eleventh birthday. He was thirty-seven. For the past twenty-six years I have worried about turning thirty-seven, as if it is the… 423 more words

Farewell to Boudicca

Shortly before 3 o’clock on Friday afternoon, my beloved Queen Boudicca Mata Hari Sophia passed from this life and found peace. It was dreadfully sad. Boudicca was terminally ill with multiple chronic, incurable, and progressing medical conditions, and she was suffering as a result. 545 more words

Life With Cats

Prayer for Our Broken World

Another shooting at a middle school, bringing the total to one a week since January

And I think, “At least the summer will stop them for a few weeks.” 419 more words


Book Review: Starry Eyes

Starry Eyes by Jenn Bennett

The story of two ex-best-friends reconnecting whilst all alone in the wilderness…

After reading ‘Alex, Approximately’ (check out my review here: … 466 more words