Month: October 2019

My Mama’s Moxie

Originally posted on Snippets of a Traveling Mind:
The following original poem expresses personal admiration for my ninety three year old mother’s courageous struggles to remain independent as she copes with serious physical/ emotional challenges these days. I am particularly…


Originally posted on words less spoken:
i had not taken notice that there were no flies in that lobby the mail slots are still there the supernatural tungsten charm of Bogey cigars and cancer i can smell the sordid gardenias…

Bruised Spirit

Have known the evenings, mornings, afternoons memories of melancholia bury my passion to exist the thick of fog blurs my mind I am my own puppet yet without control my hard-spent days a riddle of the past Reena’s Exploration Challenge #108… Read More ›

Above and beyond

the sky, our mentor thoughts vast and free from sentience weightlessness obliged V.J.’S WEEKLY CHALLENGE #67: SKY Your Daily Word Prompt – Sentience – October 8, 2019 I Write Her Weekly Haiku/Senryu Challenge #40 -Eugenia featured image –

Beholder of the eye

Originally posted on Phillip Knight Scott:
Behold the ghoulish beauty,the elegance we find in everyday places: ???????? tired riotersholding each other up, exhaustionexhumed from discarded weaponsof mass distrust; ???????? the joyful eggbounding through a flower bedwith the crackof a breeze…

Living with Insanity

Originally posted on Reena Saxena:
I’m talking to you. In a moment, I’m not…. You are not there. I see you being transformed into a familiar, but horrific being – eyes bulging out, a disconnected expression, hands moving aimlessly in…