Monthly Archives: June 2016

Hope Spreads Wings

Life and death balance on a tenuous thread— the start and the end of things, the start and end of every moment. Birth sparks and hope spreads wings. Each moment by moment breath of life steadies itself on a mix … Continue reading

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I Wonder

Do you ever wonder about all those people you have crossed paths with, crossed wills with, and do you ever wonder what it will be like to spend eternity with them—those who pressed all your wrong buttons and abused your … Continue reading

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My Book of Uncommon Prayers: Numb

There is a numbness after so many shootings, so many senseless deaths, so much brazen brutality. How many lives, how many more mayhem moments? So much fear. But it is like you have to distance yourself from it to feel … Continue reading

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I Process with My Pen

Originally posted on Apronhead:
I process with my pen, its inky laughter and tears spilled in vowels and consonants and grammatical scraps. Through fingertip to paper, the thoughts pinging off the inside of my cranium find form and voice; and…

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