Monthly Archives: March 2014

Early Morning Drive To Work

A nailclip of a crescent moon, a pulltab in the sky, if we try to pull it open will it blind our inner eye? The cold silver of the crescent impaled on icy blue, beyond our reach except in dreams, … Continue reading

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Taking Out the Garbage

What is today, after getting through last night? Are there more surprises, will we have another fight? Sometimes the circumstances require the help of others. So when hope begets a hero and gratitude gets smothered in the anger of the … Continue reading

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Elderberries

Too soon we are elders. When did that occur? I see a picture of my sister holding my grandaughter. One glowing, one fading, both captured in time. In the gym, in the mirror, sometimes I see myself and am startled, … Continue reading

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LIGHTN’ UP

When you run into trouble and you’re down on your knees and the devil is laughin’ doin’ what he please *Light’n up, we know, yes we know Right on up let the light show Light’n up If your money’s makin’ … Continue reading

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Junes’ Song

It’s the simple things we know and love that can never be put down like your laughter on the wind, So good to know you’re still around. I’m so grateful for my time with you, you’ve given me a home. … Continue reading

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Baby Hands

I now have the hands of a baby; slight grip, unsure and wanting , reaching to hold, hoping to grasp while exploring the new limitations. The left hand has to hold the right hand just to reach the spoon left … Continue reading

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