Every Time I Cry #poetry #Uganda

  I dot my eyes  tears continue to fall  smiles and sounds start to dim their imprint lays on my heart the beat of love calls within  tho it hurts to say “goodbye”  tomorrow’s hope is in my hand I wiggle its fingers I dot my eyes   warmed by the setting  Ugandan sun   […]

What We Can’t See #devotion #photography #poetry

There is beyond the winter beauty beneath the snow like a shivering bulb we know there is spring we cannot see its bud nor force its opening  the sun alone can entice the bloom there is a beauty beyond winter we will shed this life’s pain  perfect magnificence  is held in secret an eternal spring […]

Eyes of Love #poetry #devotion

    In the reflection of the moment as the candle flickers refusing to die out – I see it The love of the bridegroom how can he love something so plain at this moment colorless my only adornment a few flowers his smile is like a rainbow I want  to hold it in my hands […]

Can’t You See the Hunger? #poetry #homeless

Your large eyes wide open like saucers empty hands longing to be held one look into the world you can feel it “Hunger” a gasp needing to be expelled * Have your lips tasted more than sawdust? Has your heart been over filled with warmth? Do you circle life in desperation ever seeking shelter from […]

What’s Your: Perspective #photography #poetry

Looking from your side of reality what do you see? He sees books I see trees Does it matter the angle  require a dodge? Is perspective the viewer? the critic my dog? At Word Press Daily Post an excellent and fun prompt  Perspective

“Weekly Photo Challenge: Good Morning” #photography #poetry

Early in the morning the dawn and  I do rise looking as the sun peeks in my lover’s eyes driving toward a new day against a wakening sky longing for that first cup my keyboard, blog and I This weeks wordpress photo challenge prompts us to photograph what we do as we start our day […]

I Wait for Forever #poetry #photography

Forever it seems I wait upon this shore my eyes are open have not what I need to see * I wait upon the shore wistful thoughts  pass by like clouds what must it be like to soar? * My eyes are open ocean’s spray starts my sight beauty too magnificent   these lips explanation cannot […]

Inspired by Burns and a rose #poetry #Burns

A Red, Red Rose By Robert Burns ~~~ O my Luve’s like a red, red rose That’s newly sprung in June; O my Luve’s like the melodie That’s sweetly play’d in tune. ~~~ As fair art thou, my bonnie lass, So deep in luve am I: And I will luve thee still, my dear, Till […]

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