Intent #eyes #children #poetry

You may watch what we do I know your intent too well who watches the innocent wants a child to fall? Too long the history  foul your jaded past you ogle a prize an ogre at best I’ll continue my path butterflies and ribbons we play and we love our celebration is living   I […]

Kelly Smile #Uganda #loss #children

  I saw your smile yesterday broad was your Kelly smile reminded me of memories long as a Gulu mile small fingers intertwined in mine dark ash upon your cheek fought fire with the older boys bravest child Id ever meet I saw your smile yesterday broad was your Kelly smile reminded me of memories […]

Stepping Stones #poetry #photography #writing

          rough current o’er my path couldn’t pick a way no choice but sink or swim life pulled me down boulders blocked my life throw them at the sun sharp like a knife writing scribbled frowns not really smooth a way in front I see what lies behind rushes to the […]

Joy’s Smile #orphans #uganda #sundaydevotion

Goodness in those eyes kindness in his smile  little fingers wrap in mine  never want to let go God is the maker children such a gift may actions always match the love I feel inside   I am always disturbed when I hear of children who are cast-offs. Our world has grown careless with its […]

The Marketplace of Life #poetry #lifeinUganda

      greetings far and wide hearts momentary grasp a smile of shared kindness if only this could last  shallow are grey blue waters when for another do not share freedom used to ring for gold we only care daily the reminders a smile so white and pure a child trusts my hand love […]

Water #poetry #drought #Uganda

one blue cup each flows easily through her hands dry river beds laughter’s pure reflection sing song they learn A B Cs * so young to be old internal Acholi’s strength Nile clouds my vision * If I share a handful of their giggles, would you share a handful of precious water? This week’s  Word […]

Yellow #atozchallenge #orphans #Uganda

A boy with a yellow shirt whizzes by pushing a tire laughter giggles before he can stop it children eye the toy waiting for their turn * I have a year old picture children sit on the porch sorrow pulls them down fathers are dead, mothers sick or in prison the boy with the yellow shirt whizzes […]

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