Duality

You look at me           but I'm not what you see You talk to me           but you don't hear a word I say You think you know me           have me all figured out                     But you are oblivious to who I am You don't see what's inside of me           You don't know … Continue reading Duality

Changling (poem)

Changling, changling, who are you replacement for the past the future gifted anew What promise do you carry What tomorrow do you hold Are you someone different than your predecessor of old Changling, changling, are you a threat opening yourself so easily to lonely brokenness you just met Can you piece together the puzzle of … Continue reading Changling (poem)

“Make a u-turn, if possible.”

I opened a blank page to type another post  in the 365 writing prompts by thinkwritten.com.  But writing about going to galaxies far, far away does not seem to be what wants to come out of my fingers today.  Truth be told, I have no idea what will come out of my finders.  I know … Continue reading “Make a u-turn, if possible.”

365 Writing Prompts, by thinkingwritten.com – Day 006 – Eye Contact

The complete list of 365 writing prompts can be found at thinkwritten.com Take a moment to think about one of the most intimate moments in your life . . . a moment when you felt connected to another person.  I'm talking about a connection more intimate than physical contact.  A moment when you felt a … Continue reading 365 Writing Prompts, by thinkingwritten.com – Day 006 – Eye Contact

What he has taught me

Friend:  noun 1. a person attached to another by feelings of affection or personal regard. 2. a person who gives assistance; patron; supporter 3. a person who is on good terms with another; a person who is not hostile (courtesy of dictionary.reference.com) Those rather generic definitions don't quite define what a friend is.  They don't … Continue reading What he has taught me

30 Day Writing Challenge: Day 11 – Your Current Relationship Status

Irony is what today's post is built around.  You see, "day 11" of my 30 day writing challenge was yesterday, but I never got around to writing it.  I had plenty of time to write it, but alas wouldn't take the time  to actually log in to WordPress and tap out the letters to form … Continue reading 30 Day Writing Challenge: Day 11 – Your Current Relationship Status

Jana Kramer and my first boyfriend

I was in the studio today and this song popped up in my playlist.  I have heard the song a few times over the recent weeks, and never gave it a second thought.  Today though it made me think of Bill.  Bill was my first boyfriend.  This is not going to be a post where … Continue reading Jana Kramer and my first boyfriend

Invisible except to God

I have something that has been on my mind for a few weeks, and I have been debating with myself whether or not to write anything about this subject.  This week it has been especially heavy on my mind.  I've decided that the best way to get it out of my head is to purge … Continue reading Invisible except to God

Healing heart (poem)

One day the memories won't hurt when they rush forward so fast One day those memories will mean nothing And will stay forever in the past One day it won't take my breath away or feel like a brick wall caving in One day my heart won't stop when the memories start to spin My … Continue reading Healing heart (poem)

Finding the lost spark

Last night as my husband and I were laying in bed I asked him when the last time was that we'd had a good ol' fashioned make-out session.  Take a moment to think back to the beginning of any relationship you've had.  There was something glorious and about just making out.  I'm not talking about … Continue reading Finding the lost spark