Light
Life Poems

Light

Before the moment of death the memories escape shattering the life I had. I rejoice each moment of triumph as I whisper away my life’s story. Each breathe is harder to digest, I feel time escaping me faster than I speak. Lean closer my dear – listen, Don’t let anyone take your light away. Featured … Continue reading

9/11
Life / Poetry

9/11

Do you remember those 110 story buildings that turned to dust? I do. I was 7 years old getting ready for school when I turned on the news. My mother broke into tears, frantically calling family. Once both towers collapsed a blanket of smoke and silence covered the city. Many faced with fear and bewilderment … Continue reading

Eclipse
Poetry

Eclipse

Heads turned up towards that star, that shines so bright. Chitter chatter dies, as darkness settles throughout the land. That star was hidden ever so briefly behind a tiny rock. Featured Image. August 21, 2017 there was a total solar eclipse here in the United States, the first in 38 years. Now writing about the … Continue reading