It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, and remember.
Time, it certainly does fly by.
Yesterday was already the one year anniversary of my sister’s death. My mom & I were sitting on the bench at the cemetery talking about how fast the year went. Sometimes we still think her death was just a dream.
The best way for me to get out my emotions is through writing poetry. So here is one I wrote remembering my sister Lisa.
Prioritize, the list can wait
Because it will soon be too late
We say “tomorrow” in our exhaust Not realizing the time will soon be lost
Time it seems to quickly pass Slow down, you’re going way too fast
One day I go to pick up the phone But then I remember you’re never coming home Continue reading →
I don’t usually write two posts in one day but I wrote a poem that reflects some things I have been feeling lately and wanted to share it. I also thought since today is Father’s Day that anyone who has lost their father, doesn’t have one around, or doesn’t have a good relationship with theirs might be encouraged. We all have a Father available if we just look up.
image from pixabay
When you hear about another shooting
And your emotions are starting to buildup
It’s easy to start feeling scared
But I am going to choose to look up
When you hear about another abused animal And you’re crying for that pup It’s easy to start feeling hopeless But I am going to choose to look upContinue reading →
It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, and enjoy some poetry (at least I hope you will). The picture below is one of my favorites. So the up close image of the side of my hand was mistaken for an elephant’s foot (it really was by someone at work). I still love it because it is my hand and Cino’s paw. It’s very special to me. 🙂
HAND AND PAW
A gift from God
For now you’re mine
Put your paw in my hand
And together we’ll be fine
A gentle pet to your paw
You lift it up & reach back
A silent form of communication
Of love we do not lack