A creature from the deep, Waits in the shadows to strike. In my eye it begins to creep, Feeding on my every fright. If I turn away And return alone. I'll lose the day And sing no song. In the night I become a host, A war between nightmares and dreams. They come and they… Continue reading The Journey Begins: The Prologue Part 2
I watch as you lift the fog, I watch as the clouds open into holes. Six days of eye level gray Six days of rain. The curtain has now been torn Let the performance begin. Let the performers perform. You’ve ended my pain Your light now warms me. A thickly iced ceiling Your breath changed… Continue reading Inspiration Alaska: Number Five
I am a major food lover. I come from a long line of excellent family cooks. And now in my adult life I've molded what I was taught growing up with modern trends and food I've experienced while traveling the world. Earlier this year, April 29th to be exact, I became I'll with a mundane… Continue reading Perspective
He stood tall, proud, and unhappy. The brass, silver, and gold trimmings on his uniform glistened in the early morning sunlight. The morning dew reflected off his black boots as it clung to the freshly cut green grass. Headstones seemed to stand taller and more formidible, as if at attention to his presence. His cracked… Continue reading Blind Eye
I’d like to say hello to all the shadows of the world that somehow find a way into the light. When is the last time you looked up at the stars? Think about it carefully. Maybe you sat in a lawn chair in the back yard, tossed a blanket onto the cool fall grass, or… Continue reading The Other Side of the Light
It was a crisp spring morning. Frost was doing its best to form on the daffodils as they slept under the cold shadow of the budding oak. 7:00 AM. I stepped out of the front door, coffee in one hand, car keys in the other, inhaled the cold stiff air, and made my way to… Continue reading Monday Morning Coffee
Depression crawled his face...
All he wants is a coat for the winter. Something to cuddle up with and keep him somewhat content, for nothing on this earth will ever shelter him from the cold he now feels. The winter may last longer than expected and most will not see that he is in need of his comfy old… Continue reading A Coat for the Winter