I cleared some cobwebs and found my pen. ~ ~ ~ Contrary to public opinion, the hare raises no tail. She prefers to count on her floppy ears for balance as she sets across the fallen tree spanning the width of the trickling creek. It’s rained every chance the clouds have had of emptying their […]
A Short Note On Reading Alice Even as an English major, I don’t think I have ever read Alice in Wonderland. Maybe as a child. Maybe my mom read some or all of it to me. Maybe I had one of those child classics books. Maybe I had to have, as I have always known […]
Palette of Pain: A Poem Painting on the side of the road She sheds her layers Waiting for each to dry Lest she blur their intention. ____ Color makes the most of the day Shining bright or hiding below It’s never too far from the surface Yet can act inferior to itself. ____ Sensation awaits […]
Understanding… Scouring the sands for some sense of dignity. What’s left at an old, old age where memory fails more than it remembers? Fear sensed, fear felt. It’s empathy that stirs patience and reiteration, reminding and rewording. Grace rises, grace succumbs. Trust ensues where safety lies. Bitterness with ego, bitterness with distrust.
My Spirit is Soft-Wired To Seek Harmony and Hope In The Soft SunShine. Flakes on The Flowers Snow Melts With The Sun’s Warming And My Heart Does Too. Seedlings in The Snow Follow Their Path Upward Through To Spring’s Warm Embrace photos by Deborah Sabatini
Without purpose, the mind is no longer a beating heart among the saviours Wage the fight among the masses that we should conquer defeat, sweat and marred souls who arise from ignorance Wasted regions of hope sit spilt at corners where no one meets Hope is no more when we fail to see it through […]