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 […]

Changes #poetry #photography

Gold with little rain I drive through the veil of yesterday hoping little has changed I can’t quite see behind I see tracings of what lies ahead the giants in today’s sky are the least of what I dread San Francisco and the Northern Bay area (of California) will always be considered home. I dont […]

Yellowed Christmas Memories #poetry #photography #dpchallenge

    Brown are the edges where so many fingers over years have creased  the words always warm Yellow still the Christmas star that brilliantly shines in my child’s mind over silent hill Golden are the memories songs long ago sung visits to the City of Paris beautiful ornaments they hung The prompt this week for […]

Truth #haiku #photography #poetry #Gibran

  “Should you care to write (and only the saints know why you should) you need to have knowledge of the art and magic of the music of words, the art of being artless and the magic of loving your readers” ~Gibran   Art opens doors Without truth we are blind Stumbling over lies *** […]

Turn Back the Time #fiction #addiction

I stood before the hands of the giant clock. They teased me as they clicked: “you can go anywhere in your past choose but choose fast before the hand has gone one minute you will either venture or quit it.” I was faced with a genie in a bottle decision. Where do I go? What […]

Weekly Photo Challenge: Unexpected #photography

Flowers blooming in late November? San Francisco looks more like spring… The prompt this week at Word Press Photo challenge is Unexpected. Weekly Photo Challenge: Unexpected | travelicius Weekly Photo Challenge: Unexpected | Flickr Comments Unexpected (Weekly Photo Challenge) | Icezine Weekly Photo Challenge – Unexpected | Chittle Chattle Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Unexpected […]

Why I Left My Heart in San Francisco #poetry #photography

memories of a child filtered through the glass of the rainbow stained and etched color jubilee standing on a rocking bench bay wind lashing clothes and hair no thought that the waves and you so wee could make you its bobbing captive Memories of a child filtered through the glass of the rainbow grasping for […]

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