The Gift Giver #Christmas #giving #generosity #children

  Generous the soul that gives what little he possess in such a manner shed a light gave life’s gift away *** ~Some stories are easier to tell in prose~ There was a boy neither old nor young he had two little sisters. He wasn’t strong nor was he weak but always a protector. There came a […]

A Gift to U #uganda #christmas

  The gift I send is love you cant pack it in a box or wrap it up and send it on a plane with a friend 1000 beads cant take its place red, green and silver ribbon can’t outshine its beauty it can’t be sealed in ziploc bags with a kiss village children won’t […]

And I can… #poetry #art #love #uganda

  you ask me what I do so many hats sit in a corner I point… some are dusty others can no longer be worn I’m tired… paper leaves scatter rose petals crumble with age misunderstood… children I have loved stories I have told one heart… no value a head shakes pennies fall from my […]

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 […]

A Single Orphan #atozchallenge #Africa #Uganda

There had been too many to count blue eyes, brown skin little hands big feet from Ukraine to Uganda silent cry the same “Ma Ma” Some left in a field others on a bin most left with nothing and overly thin a few were adopted many stung by the cold they started out young too […]

In Life’s Mirror #poetry #uganda #photography

In the mirror of a water bucket I see: A blur of color children with bright hearts flames cannot douse courage little girls pump, pump, pump feet steadily move up the hill “more water” little heads bear yellow water jugs school books brown edged blue chairs too hot to touch  ashen are next day’s reflections […]

Giving Thanks #thanksgiving

With open hands tho little here I offer thanks this time of year tho seasons change and winds grow cold  there’s warmth in smiles of young and old kindled kindness shared with all warmly given every fall gifts of heart like waters flow from these pools love can grow foul the water where anger prevails […]

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