Category: death

The odd breakfast club

  It was her very first memory. Or so she told herself and everybody else who cared to hear about her memories. It was not the best conversation starter or enabler at a party. However, she fared better with the story at small, intimate dinner parties.   For at […]

Can you give me your hand now? 

  It may seem daunting Like everything is dark Everything is dismal Pulling you in deep Imprisoned in a dungeon Certainty is dead And time delayed Tired and disturbed Nothing feels doable Toxicity fully draining Looming residual danger Nothing seems digestible But it’s just a moment In a […]

She truly had known better

She just didn’t know anymore. She could only shake her head as she stared up at the moon.  Supposedly they were all watching the same moon and stars. But nothing rang true anymore.  They were all uninhibited, laughing and reminiscing. But nothing felt right. They were all one, one […]

I dream of dreaming

I just want to dream Find joy in my inner thoughts Find comfort in a bowl of chunky soup  Hem a most awesome sail I want the perfect dream To cast a far thought with wide reach To trigger an avalanche of good humor Flex a most powerful […]