Just You, Me, A Cup of Tea And Our Symphony #whatdoyousee

For Sadje’s What Do You See? https://lifeafter50forwomen.com/2020/07/27/what-do-you-see-40-27-july-2020/   “you are a lovely melody serenading my heart in a plethoric symphony”   The sound of my life was ultimately jarring, clashing, rasping, and boring. It has the saddest refrain. But you, my love, was the missing piece; the percussion that beats my heart out {and meltsContinue reading “Just You, Me, A Cup of Tea And Our Symphony #whatdoyousee”

By the Meadow, Upon the Horizon #darkness#writephoto

Note: there are two different versions of the poem, version 1 is on the happier side and version 2 is most likely on a sadder note   Version #1   by the meadow upon the horizon I think of you in my fragmented memories over my splintered forgotten dreams and shattered broken promises oh, howContinue reading “By the Meadow, Upon the Horizon #darkness#writephoto”

Maybe Someday

maybe someday I will be your sweetest melody soothing your lonesome heart in splended tranquility serenading you just, you maybe someday I will be your happiest thought easing your anxiety in times of despair musing you just, you maybe someday we will be writing together,  a love poem duo on a stop over in aContinue reading “Maybe Someday”

“What if Snowflakes Don’t Fall in Winter?” (published on Spillwords.com)

Dear fellow writers, poets, and beloved readers, It is with great pride and honor (and a grateful and joyful heart) that I announce my first Spillwords NYC poem publication  “What if Snowflakes Don’t Fall in Winter?”.  What if snowflakes don’t fall in winter? and fresh buds don’t bloom in spring? or summer doesn’t need sunshine?Continue reading ““What if Snowflakes Don’t Fall in Winter?” (published on Spillwords.com)”