Another Call… #sundaydevotion #phonecalls

The phone rings, it’s ignored it rings again, such an irritant his phone jumps about the table exasperated he answers “she isn’t here, she’ll call you back” (sobbing on the other end of the line) “My car was just hit.  I’m sitting on the side of the road” “Are you okay honey? Here’s mom.”     […]

Beckoned by … Silence #poetry

Silent  touch upon my fingertips in awe I barely breathe captivated by the moment how can I this place ever leave Upon the plains I live where golden waves rush by but in my heart I cling majestic eagle soaring high To the mountain I’ll return lay upon grassy bed beneath the canopy of stars […]

Reverse Thunder #devotion

  I hear thunder in the distance rolling onward like the waves gaining power it surges  forward and like a child I am afraid flash and pounding ever stronger seconds now and it will hit dark the clouds and growing closer blowing fragile tree to bits it has stopped and hovers o’er me a distinct voice of […]

Too Much to Let Go of …. #grief #poetry #photography

runs through my fingertips furrows formed by tears so much run-off in my heart though preparing these many years * how can one prepare for a loved one’s life to pass? one my knees I’ve daily prayed memories to hold me fast * to the pier of grief I’m moored against me the waves crash […]

Impotence in Loss #poetry #photography

I can’t catch the tears cascading down your face nor stem emotion’s tide rushing as if in a race * I can’t cradle you as in quiet you groan nor ease the suffering that comes when you’re alone * I can’t be where I’d like to be holding back the sorrow the life that will […]

Tomorrow #pain #amwriting #poetry

The sun will come up … Tomorrow and I bet I’ll face this all tomorrow it’s not fun * Just thinking about tomorrow cancer eats the joy and leaves a sorrow today its won * When Im stuck in a day that’s sad and lonely I must fall on my knees and hope and pray […]

Pain – Fear – Cancer #oneshotwednesday #poetry #cancer

How do you douse 20 years of pain that falls like sheets of  pouring rain? with a needle, a pill or  a strong stubborn will? *** How do you face unfaceable fear? the adversary today certainly not clear A shotgun, a dagger an act, a feigned swagger? ** How do you battle multiple growths of  Cancer? […]

The Dance of Life (A Story)

I wasnt there but I felt your fear. We are mothers after all who have big, strong sons. Strong arms that will hold us when we are frail and weak. We will never meet but I was there in the waiting room with you. I was holding your hand. I shed a tear. I wanted […]

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