When our hearts lost hope We turned our eyes upward Toward the source that knows And for a moment, all was still.
Remember to speak to yourself As you would a dear friend Offering compassion and love Instead of reprimand.
In our household, it has become a tradition for my kids to receive ornaments at the beginning of December to represent the year in some way. I saw a tiny, fluffy white owl that I immediately knew my daughter would love. It really didn’t have much to do with 2020, but I didn’t want toContinue reading “2020 Christmas Ornament”
Outside the world bustles in this holiday season But there is an undertone of unrest, a somberness on faces As we strive to incorporate traditions in a time of crisis. We adorn our homes with warm lights and colorful garlands Filling our quiet hallways with familiar Christmas melodies Wrapping presents to be placed beneath aContinue reading “A Christmas Wish”
Stay warm in your cozy homes Nestled in as the snow falls Finding hope in obscure corners Gleaning comfort within safe walls.
Giving can be the shield beneath which we protect our souls From rejection, criticism, inadequacy, old traumas untold But I wonder, dear soul, what it would be like To truly see how great a treasure is your giving light Offering only to those who can reciprocate Preserving your caring energies for hearts that appreciate.
My friends, I’m taking a brief pause from my usual poetry-ish writing to ask for some help solving a mystery, if you feel so inclined to chime in. I would not be posting this if it weren’t sending my brain into mental gymnastics. Every day, and by that I mean every. single. day. for theContinue reading “Help Me Figure This Phenomenon Out”
The snow is falling softly now Leaving us in a quiet, peaceful world Where the noise so often overpowering Becomes more subdued, background music And we listen with attuned hearts To the fundamental melodies of our souls. Sometimes the most meaningful music Is found in the notes softly playing on repeat Within our veins, ourContinue reading “Softly Listening”