Monthly Archives: November 2013

Frozen – A Poem

There is no way to say the word heartache without underestimating its unmeasurable strength the sadness like frozen rain that trickles, little drips, then slick sheets like an unkempt waterfall I sit and let it wash away the burning pain … Continue reading

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I know that I have been quiet on my blog. I am slowly regaining my strength and I guess my muse has needed a rest too. Baby steps. One day at a time.

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I Want to Help

As I watch the news on Typhoon in the Philippines, my heart aches. No, I do not have any family there but such devastation would make anyone want to jump to help. I feel compelled to go to Manila next … Continue reading

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It is so exciting anytime I hear that someone one there in the world has read “Really, Really Like Me”. Last weekend, I decided to make a short appearance at a conference at a local university to do a book … Continue reading

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Heartbeat – A Poem

I begin breathing in quickly staggered, shallow Broken thoughts wither and billow Exhaling stale air racing pulse now, slows I pray without sound I breathe in with hope The air seems softer now slower steady heartbeat Unraveling doubts Dreams are … Continue reading

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