Six Word Story #14

Hey Pals!! So, today I bring you another six word story, one that randombly came into my head. It’s the bane of existence of 10th and 12th students right now. Here it is: Boards are from tomorrow. Life’s good 🙂✨. If I’m less active from now on, know that it’s because I’m studying for boards […]

Six Word Story #14


You say I am a mole when I write burrowing down to my tunnel with the ‘Do Not Disturb’ sign on the door; but I say I know no other way that when I’m done I emerge into the light tiny eyes blinking pic courtesy of Wikimedia


the presence of love

loving is hard work, relating all we’ve known,truth, and deep pain, resonatesthe same…and, sometimes it does burn, scalding from within,as we look up, transfixed, by the night sky,cool, placid, not dim we wonder what’s hidden in those galaxies, far away, as we try,offering solace to our hearts, giving those we loveanother start, to make their […]

the presence of love

Reflections in Icy Blue

“Floating Seaweed” by Fay Collins Blue all around, as sky bendsto kiss the water–there is this—and us, sleek-bodied and finned-footed, with whiskered face, Itaste air-sea, swept by Arctic winds, tern-carried,mint-crisp, and briny-salted, But–there is here–at world’s end and world’s beginning, turning each to each, endlessas gulls fly across the suna bobbing line, waving in reflection, […]

Reflections in Icy Blue

The Leap

Freezing drizzleand aching jointselevate doubt We are forginginto unknowns,claiming change His motivationdrive for both –I quiet objections Faith, I have in himTrust, I have in process,Hope as my beacon Many a stormhas passed our way –the choice is easy Stay and rotor risk and thrive –hand in hand, we leap. (Four years ago, Ric and […]

The Leap

“A sprinkling of tumbledown cottages” #poem #poetry #writing

A sprinkling of tumbledown cottages whose whitewashed walls huddle beneath a cluster of thatched rooftops  Crouch low on the crest of rolling hills of emerald green That overlook patchwork fields in russet red the colour of ploughed soil And old gold ready for harvest as far as the eye can see  Beneath vast skiesawash in a pale blueDaubed with a whisper of gauzein pure whiteFrom […]

“A sprinkling of tumbledown cottages” #poem #poetry #writing

Absurdities #11

By Eilene Lyon As we motored home after test-driving potential candidates for our new vehicle, we passed a political sign next to the highway. It is located on private property in a very red corner of New Mexico. It read: God, Family, Second Amendment, Constitution, Trump. I pondered those in this country who believe the […]

Absurdities #11

Snowy Owl Return

Many birds leave the northeastern part of the United States and Canada this time of year and head to warmer locals where finding food is easier. Loons migrate to the Long Island Sound and points south. Most Great Blue Herons and Ospreys have headed south. Can you name a bird that treats New York and […]

Snowy Owl Return

We’re Not Bleeding

I have a babysitting gig tonight. I was doing a quick scroll on Facebook (that’s about all I can handle on FB) and noticed my neighbor two doors up looking for a last-minute sitter since the scheduled sitter has come down sick.  It’s my neighbors anniversary and apparently the reservations have been made for months.  […]

We’re Not Bleeding

Nothing else

I had a look at Fay Collins’ portfolio, and there are such lovely paintings among them, I couldn’t resist writing to another, one of my favourites, Galloway Cattle Grazing at Ennerdale Water. Nothing else Nothing so high as a mountain,nothing greener, bluer,mistier autumn mornings. Nowhere the trees cling harder,the sun falls steeper, slantingand slipping to […]

Nothing else

7 Foods For Which I’m Grateful

What is your favorite holiday? In our family we have two: Día de los Muertos and Thanksgiving. For our annual fourth-Thursday-in-November celebration, we invite friends to share a meal. I cook the turkey, gravy, and quinoa stuffing (see recipe below). Our friends make creative, traditional and non-traditional sides; cranberry relish, sweet potatoes, humintas(corn dish), pumpkin pie, apple cobbler, […]

7 Foods For Which I’m Grateful

You Must Know Sorrow

Before you know what kindness really isyou must lose things,feel the future dissolve in a momentlike salt in a weakened broth. What you held in your hand,what you counted and carefully saved,all this must go so you knowhow desolate the landscape can bebetween the regions of kindness.How you ride and ridethinking the bus will never […]

You Must Know Sorrow
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