Sometimes when I find myself floating Drifting aimlessly in rumination and fear You are the anchor that guides me home When I cannot find my landing place. Eventually I would have found a destination The way I always have, the way I always will But your presence is like a peaceful song Singing me toContinue reading “Anchor”
What if we are all secretly hoping For one more breath, for one more day? Knowing our place on this unpredictable globe, Some part of us understands we are time-limited That change stumbles upon us unaware Disrupting our equanimity in ripples and waves. If the grains of sand in the hourglass are draining, What ifContinue reading “Time-Limited”
The world as we know it has turned upside-down And we are walking like strangers inside a foreign town Familiar streets now laced with traces of fear Trying to find our roots again in spaces once held dear It’s like we are close to arrival but not quite yet Hearts remembering traumas our brains attemptContinue reading “Milestones”
As we float along, We learn the capacity of our fortitude Understanding our limitations Deciphering our soul’s longings As we surrender to the flow of life Unsettled but uncontrolled by circumstance Keeping an inner anchor steady When the rapids rage When the rain pours When there is no other choice Than to allow the streamContinue reading “As We Float Along”
Isn’t it strange that we cannot break down Until we are finally safe? Holding onto our hypervigilance Until we can give our hearts permission To quietly break.
Do not be mistaken, I am strong But if you would not mind Can I lean my head on your shoulder That I may weep with someone kind? You seem so gentle a presence In this world of ice and stone I will pick myself up tomorrow But today I do not wish to grieveContinue reading “Lean on Your Shoulder”
I built these walls to withstand the wind To hide away my heart where no one could see But even stone and brick cannot circumvent The unrest from stirring up in me.
When our hearts lost hope We turned our eyes upward Toward the source that knows And for a moment, all was still.
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”
Cautiously tiptoeing out of survival mode, She saw for the first time since the world fell apart That her soul was aching, So cloaked in fear and haunted by imminent threat She had failed to notice the damage inflicted On the inside. There had been no time for processing, No other option than to keepContinue reading “Turning Inward”