Photo by Timor Kozmenko It had been so long since she was able to travel and enjoy the cultures of other places! Finally, vaccines are working, and freedom to move about the world has been restored. Her nerves were nearly frayed from the strain of being isolated from nature and other people! This place had... Continue Reading →
Image Credit fro Rhaul Alva @Unsplash What a wondrous gift! Dogs see our value and worth. Their love revives us! Written for What Do You See #62 from Keep It Alive.
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 →
Photo Credit: Phmaxiestevez@Pixabay She hides as she watches them argue, wondering if this will be the last straw for her mother. Will they finally leave this place and the awful man who insists on always having his way. What is this thing called love, if all it leads to is unhappiness and low self-esteem for... Continue Reading →
Photo Credit: Pisauikan@Pixabay The experiences of my life are etched in my face. A line is there for every triumph, defeat, and gain. The stories that I share with my grandchildren Are meant to save them from much suffering and pain. No lotions or creams will I use to try to hide my life, For... Continue Reading →
Photo from Evan Clarke@Unsplash You are my sister! All of the earth is connected! I am your keeper! Written for What Do You See #49 from Sadje at Life After 50 for Women.
At the end of the day, when selling is done, my co-worker and I spend time talking together, something impossible to do in the hustle and bustle of selling and buying. It is a moment where our competition ends, and we can see each other's humanity and discuss the important issues of the day. Away... Continue Reading →
Photo image from Dan Grinwis Unsplash I tried to follow in my Grandma's footsteps, To make it easier to survive the pain in this life. But, I came to the place where her journey stopped, Before I'd encountered my own struggles and strife. I learned that I was never meant to walk in her steps,... Continue Reading →
Photo from Lewis Roberts- Unsplash Watching the little monkey looking down on us, I wondered what he could have possibly thought Of the two-legged creatures sitting under the tree And of the havoc to his habitat they often wrought. I spoke softly, telling him there was no need to be afraid, That those in our... Continue Reading →