The Story of a Village #photography #poetry

There were children that we didn’t hear there were mamas burdens to bear there was water miles carried away there was sunshine  too busy everyday                                                             […]

Water #poetry #drought #Uganda

one blue cup each flows easily through her hands dry river beds laughter’s pure reflection sing song they learn A B Cs * so young to be old internal Acholi’s strength Nile clouds my vision * If I share a handful of their giggles, would you share a handful of precious water? This week’s  Word […]

Water #AtoZchallenge #Uganda #orphans

  Life bringing children drink cool refreshment fills our cup life changing times of drought thank God each wet drop life saving one faithful pump children fire brigade fire stopped While we were there – From this one pump more than 80 children were refreshed, a school fire was quenched, and there were still more […]

Drink #sundaydevotion #poetry

Weary of this dusty land searching for a single drop refreshment little remains tho many for you have sought sojourn in the desert on weary feet I walk thirsting for oasis …and hopelessly I stop *** rushing free the fountain my hands eagerly reach out touching living water unencumbered by the drought a wellspring ever deep […]

A Drop of Water… #poetry #unity

Were I a bird on the wing I would perform an aria I would sing you would marvel at the tone on the limb I perch alone * Were I a fish in a stream I would dazzle with colors blue, red, green against the current I would go never motivated by the flow * […]

The Day Beauty Died #sundaydevotion

  I had an ominous dream time had passed before my eyes a dark cloud swept over our earth filled with dark corruption and lies   a storm charged with hate no control how it spun ripping apart all that inspired where the final gate was  hung   inside was  preserved only one small tiny […]

Frozen Spring #haiku #spring

  Spring dreams ballerina water dance frozen in motion  En pointe hydrangea surrounds the stage ballerina’s spray This poem for Poetry Pantry at Poet’s United was written in the heart of winter. The ballerina in these haiku awaits the opening of spring’s curtain. I am so grateful to Poet’s United for the interview about the poetry […]

Melancholia #haiku #photography

stirring my fingers pool of liquid memory filled with for nevers Melancholy is the prompt at Carpe Diem. Many of us are melancholic wishing for spring to come. I Wanted to share that submissions are now being accepted for the project for the children orphaned by Ebola. All poets and haiku poets welcome to share […]

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