So aptly named you were, with your smile that lit up the darkest thoughts. Your kindness, a balm to hurting hearts and souls. Your love for everyone inspired me to love others too. Too many years you suffered But never once, did you stop smiling. … Continue reading Rose of Sharon
In honor of Veteran’s Day I am re-posting a blog I wrote while in college. The feelings expressed in this poem have not changed. But again, to all those serving, who have served and will serve. Thank you.
I haven’t been putting explanations of my poetry up, but this one I felt needed one. This poem I wrote for veteran’s day for my Poetry Writing class, I was thinking about my family who has, and my future brothers-in-law who are currently serving for our country. I thought about those who have died while fighting, in years long ago and in far away places. I dedicate this poem to all past, current, and future soldiers who have fought for the ideals and beliefs we hold dear.
Through the window glass
The wind flies in strength
Like a beacon in the sky
The wind shows them proudly
Memories of time long past
Where bravery; lived, fought, and died.
M e m o r i u m
These times are our past,
Present, future; our history.
The blood spilt on the,
Shores and forests of…
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I see him with that towel around his waist. Hair dripping from his shower. I lay in the bed eyeing his thin frame, outlined by the rising sun. He turns, his towel beginning to slip. I call to him, telling him to come close. As … Continue reading As You Wish