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 […]

The Post #blogging #photography #poetry

Rush, rush, rush work, write, shoot my photos my words are a jumble a mad snail’s pace I’m crazed it’s just another phase in the blogging universe I recently joined photo crowd where there are some incredible photographers. Why do I do it? I dont know but I’m off to the races for another photo […]

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 […]

Magnifying Glass #Newyear #2019 #Happynewyear

 Goodbye to a year that will be the past   Adieu to our failed successes that don’t last we wave a friendly blushing Ciao Sayonara , gone for now Magnify the things you’ve done some things lost others won rocks pulled from the soil bread rising never to spoil all of 2018 now behind flash of […]

War Torn #Peaceonearth #poetry

  I held a Sudanese hand it fit so small in mine I caught a ragged smile I wished I had more time We sang a song of praise they dance with all their might their mamas and their papas they lost them in war’s night fortitude and strength the littlest they stand hope, faith, […]

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 […]

Cross Roads #sundaydevotion

  Life’s road  uneven filled with pain I’ve know the sting of sin’s dark reign * the fork it beckoned from afar succumbed to flesh I see the scars * His light it shines in darkest place removes the stain no one can trace * I gladly trudge this burden bear to heaven’s cross road […]

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