Treasure Hunter #poetry #alzheimers #elderly

a grey- haired journey we often stub our toes rattle our mind for memories caregiver regular  in tow treasures we seek but little do we find momentary peeks into a treasure filled mind ******* daily routine seasons change as you age  digging up treasure   Look into the mind of the elderly there are vast […]

Can’t Afford My Memories #poetry #photography

I drove by grandma and grandpas place so many changes  hard to trace a little girl where flowers bloom eating ice cream by the light of the moon music played all the seasons I loved Rudolph for many reasons love there didn’t need yeast family gathered for every feast today the house I cant afford […]

Uganda Montage #atozchallenge #Acholi #Uganda

Pop the bubble passages of time stop on the Nile heart memories rewind not much more can be said about this beautiful place and the people we love! Thank you to A to Z challenge for giving the opportunity to share about Uganda and the Acholi people.

Childhood Memories #atozchallenge

color in the memories painful black and white  reality is so cold mix the paint makes it right swirl acrylic round and round covers the hurt helps lost to be found color in the memories no more black and white cover the memories it’ll be alright *** I’ve worked with enough children who were abused, […]

The Gift of the Crumpled Flower #poetry #photography

  “a flower was offered to me…” * crumpled, once wild and free the little one that gave it an orphan was he I looked in his eyes a clear blooming love I gathered some stars and joy from above  brief mere moments were all that we had but flowers are like that petals in our hands […]

No Arms to Hold Her #suicide #poetry

She died again today for the thirty-fifth time my heart relives the day it’s frozen in my mind No one listened to her cries not the ones a difference makes we were still just silly kids this fiend her spirit did break who excuses such an act laugh and look the other way family guilty all […]

Plum Memory #tanrenga

a child’s memory sweet is her pink fruit smile leg, hands and limbs (mdw) where the waters flow afar the village glows with sweet plum flowers       (Anonymous)   The Tan Renga challenge (from Kristjaan Panneman) is to build a haiku off the two lined stanza. A great challenge as we usually build off […]

Memory of a Child #poetry #parenting

But I smiled yes I smiled at the thought of your little hand in mine we walked on rugged terrain lots of ups and downs and arounds you grew yes you grew I turned one full rotation and your were grown yes on your own so many memories trapped in my heart questions of a […]

Unspoken Message #poetry

Does your hem leave a message “I was here” in the dust one last passing memory a soft remaining touch  your hand ever steady sweep the last of the day fingers part foggy mist like a scene in a play as our lives ever on there is so much to say but to friends it’s […]

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