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Five Reasons to Love the Long Nights of Winter

After a bright afternoon’s quickening light
To be cradled by dusk,
Its slowly sit-down darkening

To contemplate the softening outline of the old cat
Curled warm on your grey-trousered lap… 62 more words

Poem

ellensymons reblogged this on Unwind.com and commented:

This poem is one I wrote maybe a decade ago, but it still expresses something important to me about the beauty, peace, and comfort of this time of year.

Sleeping through the night

Everyone wants to know: “Is he sleeping through the night yet?” I dread this question. It seems like an innocent thing to ask, but it’s a sore subject for many moms, like me. 495 more words

#AdventWord #Light

Here in central Alberta we have really short days – less than 8 hours of daylight right now – and that means really long nights. I know that it isn’t as short a day as some get in other parts of Canada but it is definitely short enough for me. 203 more words

Faith Ramblings

WORKING NIGHTS

Long nights
spent working,
dwindling my time away.

I wonder,
Is it worth it?
What do I gain?

While I still
cannot answer
such simple questions, 22 more words

Poetry

asdkfjas;dlfjaks;dlfj (Feelings)

I hope it was nice to meet me. I wonder what feelings you get when I run through your mind, or what you might tell someone when you describe me. 168 more words

Day 118

It’s been a while since i’ve written much of anything

It’s also been a while since I drank that much. The morning after I was pretty happy not because I felt like shit or I just finished throwing up the last of the alcohol but because I thought I finally did it I didn’t cry for you while I was drunk. 101 more words

How long the night…

How bright the future
When the past holds
So much sadness –

How dark the night
When the days
Were once so bright –

How withered I feel… 94 more words

Poetry