Category Archives: joy
Inspired by the following quote and my 3AM muse. “I wonder what it would be like to live in a world where it was always June?” … Continue reading
Day 18 of National Poetry Month, from the prompt “let’s call this what it isn’t”. I found this styrofoam heart on a bench in the shoe department of a Kohl’s. It brought me a smile and I brought it home … Continue reading
DAY 16 of National Poetry Month A haiku about a boy who has my heart.
Sparkling eyes ear to ear smile dressed in the loudest colors of joy with spring flowers in her hair. “Are these 2 seats taken?” “No sweetie! Come sit down!” Right here! My name is Kay and I see the Virgin … Continue reading
It’s ironic to be writing this now, way past midnight, on a night I should be … Continue reading
The very moment you become a parent your heart cracks open. It’s not just a Lilliputian hairline crack, but a canyonesque fissure, through which your child enters, through which he/she will travel all the days of your life. You will … Continue reading