To see the young boy grinning, Holding two warty frogs in his hands, Gave me so much pleasure and peace, Almost more than anyone could stand. The growth of the flowers around me Served as a prerequisite to the joy I felt. And the blow to my heart was so complete That in worship to... Continue Reading →
What was the last TV show you binge-watched? If you don’t watch TV (congratulations by the way) what’s the last thing you binged ON? We got rid of cable, and intead are using Roku streaming. I bought Acorn and Britbox, and there are so many dramas and comedies from the UK, Australia, and other places... Continue Reading →
I am going to visit the Atlantic Ocean, That awesome wonder of nature I've sorely miss. I'm looking forward to seeing that beautiful blue And staring out where the horizon and the sky kiss. I hope it remembers this woman who loves it dearly, As I linger for days in the place that I chose,... Continue Reading →
A Valentine's Day gift from my Husband, Douglas, two years ago! She got lost on the way to the latest museum. Traveling alone near Aberdeen, Scotland, she had two things on her mind as she approached a small village: rest and food. She wasn't looking for romance, as no one had ever shown an interest... Continue Reading →
Valentine's week is a time for reflection for those of us supremely blessed to have a wonderful partner, spouse, significant other, or boo. We wonder what gifts are appropriate to demonstrate our appreciation for their continued love and support for our dreams, hopes, and wants. It is particularly difficult for me to find gifts for... Continue Reading →
Photo Credit: Richard Kasperowski @ Unsplash By the lily pond, I have peace and solitude. Nature captivates. Columns of green leaves, Combined with golden fishes, Color o'er our pain. So, I'll sit down here And listen to the frogs sing. Internal joy found . Written for the What Do You See #68 from Keep It... Continue Reading →
From Freeimages.com View life like a fruit! Sink your teeth in its sweetness! Take each bite with joy! Written for the RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #344: Bite and Teeth.
Image Credit: Tim Hufner @ Unsplash I grieved the childhood that she missed, That little girl who was unloved and unwanted. Through the years, I felt her hunger and pain, And by her presence, I was continuously haunted. Oh, the mistakes I made trying to find her relief. I searched for the love she craved... Continue Reading →
Kauai, Hawaii 2012 Open a good book! Escape to another world! Solace and pure joy! Written for the RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge: Solace and Open.