Taking a Break

Due to some personal circumstances and focusing on other things, I’ll be taking a break from my blog for a bit. You won’t see new posts from me, but I hope you’ll continue to look back at my previous work and comment and like my various poems, stories and articles. I won’t be reading orContinue reading “Taking a Break”

You Were There

It’s easy to be with someone,     When they’re on the mountaintop When happiness or fortune,     Doesn’t seem to stop. But when a fall or stumble,     Brings us to the ground, Who’s with us in the valley,     As we look around? When I faltered, when I failed,     When I cried outContinue reading “You Were There”

Fog

    Veronica leisurely strolled slowly down the aisle, checking things off her list after putting each item into the cart which, of course, had a wobbly wheel. She allowed Bryce to reach out and grab a few things as she pointed to them. She smiled as she recalled the first meal she made for EddieContinue reading “Fog”

Mother Knows Best

When I was sick she gave me herbs And rubbed Vicks on my chest They tasted and smelled awful But Mother knows best I usually like her cooking But the broccoli I detest I couldn’t get up ‘til I ate it all Cause Mother knows best I didn’t want to play with sis Cause sheContinue reading “Mother Knows Best”

My “Pet”

In the U.S., May is National Pet Month. In honor of this, please enjoy this poem: I have a pet; his name is Stick; He doesn’t drool, bite or lick. He’s a rescue pet; I’m not a liar; He was about to be thrown on a fire. I don’t have to spend money on groomingContinue reading “My “Pet””

Resentment

“Pretty young maiden, for what dost thou pine?” “I wish for a beau whom I may call mine.” “And what shalt thou do if given this treasure?” “I shall give him my heart and love without measure.” Found she her beau and they joined at the altar; Loved him she did without fear or falter.Continue reading “Resentment”