Tag: writing

Good morning Lord

Matthew 25:20 And he who had received the five talents came forward, bringing five talents more, saying, ‘Master, you delivered to me five talents; here I have made five talents more.’ Father, I raise my hands to you. Thank you for Daniel and Natalie…

Dusty Realities

Dreams–dusty realities removing time and distance Like a movement of dissidence, tucked into a symphony of reason. You are a memory that makes no sense, resurrected by heartache, sewn together by longing, until the persistent alarm shatters my dreams to a heavy concrete world without you.

Turn the Page Ballad

Words spoken . . .you promised never to say and he’s hurt and turned away. Broken dreams widen the gap Between wedding vows and the life you unwrap. A single word frozen like a knife, Ready to cut the oneness committed for life. But,…

The Laced Mask: Concrete Poem

A bit rough, but I’m happy with the attempt. I want to keep working on it. It is a fun, but difficult form.

Unwound Routine: A Limerick

Snow falls heavy to the ground My kids’ routine unwound Sent out to play Never to stay So, hot chocolates all around.   Calloused Hand of a Bard: Limerick 2 No doubt my journey is calloused hard, Perfect life maligned and marred. Laughter a soothing balm, And writing…

Welcome, New Page Turners!

Dear Page Turner, Today my page has been filled to the brim and running over. I wanted to take a moment to welcome the newcomers, thank you for your comments and support. As this blog grows it is my hope that it becomes a resource,…

Why Blog my way through Turning the Page?

When I began writing Turning the Page July 8th, the day after my son’s funeral, I was grasping for the lifeline of hope. I was drowning in sorrow. How do you live the rest of your life, knowing that a part of you is missing?…

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