Unseen Treasure #poetry #love #sea

 Rush of turbulent waves overtake the sandy bits I am a mere grain hidden in the drifts  One who sees beyond how does He know the deeps where I lay His love never shifts for treasure digging deep it’s hard for us to grasp open empty hands filled with love at last   Photo: “Art […]

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 […]

Doing… And Loving It #amwriting #science #art #children #photography #Uganda

My pen drips fresh ink formulas for miles words in proper sync imagine children’s smiles I dip the point drawings lighten the load sheep “baa” pigs “oink” new merges with old words pour upon pad ideas in a storm can’t hold what I have I run out of proper form my pen drips ink too […]

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 […]

Shared the Fright #horror #poetry

  I glance at a wax-like stare and wonder I don’t know you but we are the same you are bearing the same path of sorrow the one you traverse is etched in pain I cry knowing that we could have been spared our world would depend on the magician’s hand but then there would […]

If you were… #children #fiction

If you were a butterfly would you be friends with a lion??? I didn’t think so. Personally,I wouldn’t either.  We know a lion who saved a butterfly while she was still in her chrysalis and she saw something about him that others didn’t. Now this butterfly and (domesticated) lion go about the villages of Uganda […]

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 […]

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