Monthly Archives: August 2016

WILTED


The windows closed, draperies faded covered in dust and drawn to the sights and sounds of the world No sound of wind blowing in, no sound of  music out, no laughter heard just quiet sobbing. Where once fine china and crystal sat upon the … Continue reading

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LIFE SEASONS


Traveled many miles these many  years, some with laughter and joy.. a lot of tears Youth of Spring all new and blooming, free as Monarchs all a flutter Babies my Summer of yellow sunshine, the warmth  of cuddles, overwhelming love Contentment … Continue reading

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Today Is Her Birthday


Forty-Seven years ago today I brought a beautiful little girl into this world weighing 6 lbs. 8 ozs. and 22 & 3/4 inches long. I lost my heart that day as I held that new life in my arms. Forty-one … Continue reading

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Our World


I look at your little body bruised and bleeding in the big orange seat that seems to swallow you, it is said you are only five years old, big brown eyes of calm when adults would be screaming and crying … Continue reading

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