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 […]

Mirror Image #art #sundaydevotion #poetry

Percieved image momentary seems so real blurred can’t see clearly thought can delude images take new form mirror taken away I see truth sunlight bright freed to be Me The search to “find oneself” is an ongoing quest. Looking in the mirror doesn’t always help. Maybe because it’s a distorted image of who we really […]

New Normal #poetry #art

her neck touched by a blunted blade it left her headless, what a shame new body formed,  paper mache chique her skirt in prison gray couldn’t set her clothes on fire they were made of chicken wire maison we shared looked like a box a cage with one enormous lock she held her broken mirroire high the birds had […]

Can’t Be Seen #devotion #poetry

Look closely in the mirror I want to clearly see instead an image blurry  lacks much clarity Intently like a  fox I daily chase the thought seeking more the truth “run the race” is what I’m taught believe what you don’t see peel back all the lies so much have you been given a faith to […]

No One Can Keep a Secret #haiku #photography

Today our third episode of  ”Full Circle”, a special feature at our Carpe Diem Haiku Kai Special  weblog,  and the goal is to write haiku with the twelve (12) words I will give. It’s a kind of word-whirl and you have to use the words given in the clock-wise direction. So every word has to […]

Don’t Look Back #poetry #photography #relationships

Those are my bridges burning in the rear view mirror deep breath  someday it will end Rocks to climb they are before us we’ll get hurt through life’s turns and bends put away the thoughts that are behind now that pain can never change keep driving toward tomorrow the clouds promise clearing rain then one […]

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