Time Passes Differently

My mother died almost two months ago.  I'm not really sure where to go from here.  But I have some thoughts.  I always have some thoughts. I spoke at her service.  I wrote a poem and shared some thoughts, along with a poem that she wrote more than 30 years ago.  It was something personal. …

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Lost, But Not

Lost, but not In a sea of commotion Home is right around the corner Just out of sight Close your eyes And you'll find it Excited at prospect Impatient for time Essence overtaking Hands opening Dropping all expectations Artist spilling over Out of the corner of your eye Angels watching What will she do next? …

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Blogging Everyday in July|A Poem About Clouds

Clouds are one of my favorite things.  If you follow me on Instagram, there's no doubt that you've seen far too many photos of clouds, from the Sierra Wave to the fluffy clouds over the skies of Alabama.  I just love them.  I think they're an art that we'll never be able to form ourselves. …

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