The Toy Nana: That’s a toy. It’s for children. I’m not getting that for your daughter. Me (in my Arnold … Continue reading The Toy
Fear not my friend Though you stand at my grave This is not the end Remember the promise I have … Continue reading Love Endures
Should I have rather less randomly
yanked you by your thorny stem
and left you in the garden
among the Jaqards, Buttercups, and Peone?
I sit in my mother’s old rocking chair, the same one she used to rock me in when I was … Continue reading The Reluctant Soldier
Flowers grow above the ground where his ashes lay at peace, to remind us that amidst the thorns, his beauty blossoms like a scarlet memory, Continue reading Happy Father’s Day, Indeed!
Sometimes it is demanded, taken and kept, and almost always earned and freely given. Continue reading Love is …
If had but one wing I would still fly because you taught me that anything is possible, even without knowing … Continue reading One Wing