Another birthday to celebrate! I think of it as a wonderful gift! With all the trials and sickness of 2020, I have often felt so adrift. I wondered if I would live to see Birthday number sixty-nine. And if nothing happens today, Tomorrow's birthday will me mine. Written for What Do You See #57 from... Continue Reading →
Standing in the doorway, she watched him leave for the last time, reflecting on what single life would be like again. The breakup had been surprisingly amicable, because she had comprehended that you couldn't find real love while holding on to bad love. The thread of their relationship had proven too fragile for the long... Continue Reading →
Photo from StreetRealityPhotogr at Deviant Art. Kaley stands waiting for the bus, listening to the roar of traffic as people in their warm cars pass by her without offering a ride on this cold and dreary day. It seems to her like all we do these days is wait alone, unable to see the need... Continue Reading →
Sweetwater Creek State Park, Douglasville, GA View nature's wonders. They will add joy to your life. Give thanks to our God! Written for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #333: Life and View.
She disembarked! His story was fishy! Written for the Saturday Six Word Story Prompt from My Random Ramblings. The prompt is Fishy.
I can say with much relief That I am glad to be free Of the thoughts that hindered My ability to appreciate and love me. I was tormented by thoughts That I had no value and worth. I couldn't find peace anywhere, And my life was bereft of mirth. But, after I went through the... Continue Reading →
I had to truly marvel at the paradox of you, Thinking you are the best man I could find, When, in reality, your hubris on your value To women has rendered you stupid and blind. You don't hold a candle to a true gentleman, One who with my love is so happy and pleased. Because... Continue Reading →
Psalm 66: 16-20 Come and hear, all you who fear God; let me tell you what he has done for me. I cried out to him with my mouth; his praise was on my tongue. If I had cherished sin in my heart, the Lord would not have listened; but God has surely listened and has heard my... Continue Reading →
I'm just going to put this out there: I don't do submission to humans well. As a survivor of domestic violence, I struggle to recognize the authority of another person that allows them to rule over me, as some think of submission. Indeed, a male Christian friend once told me that I didn't know anything... Continue Reading →
Image from Jordan_Singh at Pixabay.com Janey walked down the sandy path, ahead of the parents, Clinging to the planet-like balloons that are lighting her way. What a great day it had been of sand, mountains, and sea, And her paints in her suitcase had made it a very special day! She had tried to paint... Continue Reading →