Looking at the water calmed her. Written for the Saturday Six Word Story Prompt from My Random Ramblings: Water.
James H. "Sloppy" Floyd State Park Visitor's Center My soul felt in turmoil! I needed a long walk, with water and trees, a place where we could get in a good hike. Douglas found a park about ninety minutes away, close to the Alabama border with Georgia. The drive to the James H. "Sloppy" Floyd... Continue Reading →
Carrollton Disc Golf Course. Trees that shield from sunshine and oh, what sweet peace, with birds chirping. Posted for Sunday's Trees #455 from On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea.
From Mindlovemisery's Menagerie Ripples of peace flowed through my body and mind, As I pondered my life in that dark night of the soul. A new awakening entered as I released years of fear, And for the first time in a long time, I felt truly whole. I knew I had to find ways to... Continue Reading →
The day is ending. Pink sky casts beauty and peace. My soul finds its rest. Written for the Three Things Challenge #266 from Pensitivity 101: cast, pink, sky.
from Shichigoro Shingo I held out a flower to the lady soldier, Aware that she saw me as her enemy. It's rubbish to think that our differences Mean that we must always disagree. But, man hasn't always learned to love Others unlike him, much to my chagrin. Instead, they've let their differences Bring the world... Continue Reading →
It bothers me when people get upset at others for saying "Happy Holidays" instead of "Merry Christmas." I used to be one of them that thought that anything but recognizing that "Christ Jesus is the reason for the season" was tantamount to the worst sin. But, as I have reflected on Christmases past, particularly the... Continue Reading →
Knocking on the tree. Nature serenades my heart. A woodpecker's song. I thought up this poem as I walked through the woods last week and heard knocking against a tree. I asked Douglas what was the sound, and looking up into the trees, he spotted a red head moving back and forth on a nearby... Continue Reading →
Peace like a river. Learning to let go and wait. The battle is God's. Written for the OctPoWriMo Challenge of 2019 of 31 poems in 31 days. The prompt today is Peace. I enjoyed the challenge and being able to complete it.