Monthly Archives: May 2021

FLOW

Science tells me that I am mainly a body of water. 60% or so at my age. Which explains why there are some days that I wake feeling like a mighty roiling ocean,  powerful and deep, holding a myriad of … Continue reading

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Miss You Mom

A tenth Mother’s Day arrives without you, yet not without the memory of your smile as it beamed that last time when your 3 year old great granddaughter presented you with a bouquet of roses. You have a dozen greats … Continue reading

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Mama’s Love

Abiding , untainted ribbon of unquestionable love, thread through each window blind, both illuminating and shielding me, through the dawns and dusks of my life. those days when the essence of my innocent spirit sugar-coated the sands of time, those … Continue reading

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May

*originally posted 2 years ago May. The month of her birth. The month I last saw her 8* years ago. The month of celebrating mothers. The month of missing her most. I was 15 and my best friend smashed a … Continue reading

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Her Story

As Mothers Day approaches and in loving memory of my mother, for the next 5 days , I’m sharing essays and poems written about her. Her story ended 10 years ago. Or did it? I smell it, the aroma of … Continue reading

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