Tag Archives: love
Through neon noise and simmering static. Fragments of images splashing on the screen, signals crossed and split amongst summer storm clouds, yet a harbinger of hope appears, calling us to action. Carry on the good fight you heroes and heroines. … Continue reading
A repost from 1 year ago.* This poem was inspired by the recent Pulse Nightclub tragedy in Orlando, Florida, a town I grew up in and live near today. Like millions of others around the world I have so many … 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.
DAY #14 National Poetry Month Inspired by Plato I see poetry in the wind and hear our song in the sky. I taste it vibrating on your tongue and feel its home in my heart. CRR 4-14-17
To hold a heart to know it has been broken to cushion it and be a downy place for it to land to carry it within yours despite the cumbersome weight to protect it from marauders and cynics and the … Continue reading
I wrote this in my head on the way to work Friday morning, repeating the lines over and over aloud in hopes of not forgetting them. My purse, with phone inside, was in my trunk so I couldn’t get Siri … Continue reading