Today, I share a very special poem; one written for me by my Dad, when I was sick with pneumonia in 1978. As the young, working Mom of two children, aged 7 and… Read More
🍪🍪🍪🍦🍦🍦🍪🍪🍪 Precious moments strewn before me Each day they fill my memories Cropping up from nowhere, Like bursting leaves on springtime trees. A tiny hand in mine, A tear to wipe away, A… Read More
Tonight, as music fills this hallowed hall And transfixed patrons breathe and sigh as one, I’m moved to tears: this music from the past Performed across the sea from whence it came. The… Read More
Was it a dream? Or perhaps a scene from younger days. Mom and Dad Came to visit last night. Happily we waved them in Scurrying to pull up chairs. For a moment, they… Read More
🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷 Birdsong creeps upon me, as starry moon sky sinks low beneath the dawn. 🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷 I am always inspired and most peaceful just before dawn, when it seems that bird song is moving… Read More
🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶 A singable tune, with words profound Inspired by the Hebrew slaves A fitting tribute locked in time A treasure for the ages, saved. It’s become the anthem for the masses; Downtrodden, yearning… Read More
Sunrise nigh.. Soaring above sea foam, Searching for Sustenance. Day by day… Driven by dawn’s drumbeat, Diving for Deliverance.
The irony is evident: This vision of perfection passes before our eyes, unnoticed. We think our lives to be the goal. Without our knowing, We suppress our raison d’être: To become. Suddenly we… Read More
🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹 Casement canvas before me, a surprise! French garden gathered within marble, stony granite rock. Sunlight streaming in through aged vines, coaxing colorful coleus; and verdant vines reach skyward as if in prayer.
We’d been lost for years, Searching for a sign that things might change. At each juncture, We chose our path together Trusting that our charge into the new century, Would alter The trajectory… Read More
I remember when: telephones were on walls, desktops or in phone booths. ‘Super 8′ was the hi-tech way to capture home movies; and when mini-computers were 10 feet by three by five, and… Read More