Category Archives: poetry
On a recent trip to New Orleans I was struck by the abiding sense of recovery. 12 years after Hurricane Katrina, so much is still left undone, yet hope and the spirits of those who love their city will not … Continue reading
Life is like this. Unfamiliar paths, yet deep roots, unrecognizable at times. Curvatures, branches representing the paths we tread that bend and entwine. We follow, we lead, we offer shelter, hear answers in canopies of near silence, cicadas, strangers and … Continue reading
Please don’t judge, but I try to regift/reuse the gift bags I receive. As Emma was looking through my collection a few weeks ago for just the right one to put her Mother’s Day gift in, she picked one that … Continue reading
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
Or why I’m awake at 2 am. Because, all the swirlingwords.
Day 24 of National Poetry Month. For the prompt “orphaned”.