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“Don’t expect your children to love you, so they can, if they want to.” –Ron Padgett there is nothing like my son’s kiss on the cheek my daughter’s hug the evening and the morning and the next day
I walked through my bedroom and from the corner of my eye, I thought I saw disaster. My heart palpitated. My vision flickered. A fallen tree? Had the woodshed collapsed? Something was suddenly, shockingly different out in the yard. forgotten … Continue reading
yellow flowers in the window reflects kindly
This morning a new poem of mine, Mikoshi Dako, went live at By&By Poetry. You can find the poem here. Unlike a lot of poems, I can actually link the source inspiration of the poem. I will warn you this story … Continue reading
“you need me on that wall” he says, leaving hand prints on the window. #reachforthewindex
I am one with what I can’t see, full of hope.
spring snow, like an angry slap, is rock hard.