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Of great character Lovely men earn the prizes Strong and gentle wins Cowards wilt in their presence Fight or flight; laugh while they run Haiku / Tanka I’ve written a few times about the days of my childhood, when … Continue reading
I am the first thought On his mind as daybreak blinks Sunday morning bliss… Gently smudging pain’s traces Sweetly replacing wishes RL Haiku / Tanka Inspired by the artwork of: aaronpaquette.net and prompted by: https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/heal/
For a friend…. A message, a song, prose of awareness to carry to your fair-weather friend That really great one who utterly love-bombs you, repeatedly – if not ceaselessly Bombards you hard enough to make you forget your own fugging mind … Continue reading
The window rattled Harbinger delivery Deep eyes command, “heed” Friends caw with concern Wariness is in order Step back from the sill Strange portents unveiled Holding unforeseen remorse Seeks to change the past RL https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/anticipation/ Photo contribution via Facebook, T Mungo
So, not every love story resembles the Harlequin Romance model or the Dr. Phil / Oprah recommendations of ‘healthy’, nor are they as far off the chain as the trailer park trashy gymnastics of the Jerry Springer couplings either. Sometimes they’re … Continue reading
It wasn’t a typical love story then and I suppose it’s not so much now either, at least not the kind we think about in this season of Valentine wishes and dreams. Originally Posted on July 27, 2013by Blog Woman!!! … Continue reading
Alright, my mother isn’t, and wasn’t ever, a nun. She grew up wanting to be one, but life has a way of trading dreams on people, and I was the first trade-off. Her life wasn’t anywhere close to a serene … Continue reading
During his first year on CNN, TV Host Piers Morgan always asked his guests, “Have you ever been properly in love”? Of course that always got his guests wondering or reminiscing, and so, I did too. Forgive me a few … Continue reading
I hardly know this young boy who impacted my life and so many others so profoundly. What kid is all that interested in their mother’s friends anyway? And so, I came to know him mostly through her, our Glo.
She is that quintessential statement of strength and courage, which can almost sound like a cliché, but it isn’t when it’s applied to a parent facing one of all our worst fears. Which is what happened to her and she, true to character, faced that nightmare fully and head-on.
He was only three years old when they were told… Continue reading
We all want to be nurtured. We all crave that caring sense of love me, pick me, have my back support. I’ve seen how trouble comes though, when we also expect that nurturing to be presented as we understand it. Because we are all unique representations of beings with unique expressions in need and gifts, it can be difficult to have those expectations met by others with equal fervor.
People who have already learned how to work around this, need not read further. For we average folk still treading through the minefields, I luckily have found Donna, a good friend who puts this expectation to bed with a much simpler approach. I think she’s onto something. Continue reading