Category Archives: Poetry
Shattered, broken life pieces Scattered on the floor; Usefulness is ended Beautiful no more. Shards of glass, sharp edges Gathered up cut deep; Vibrant colors dirt-dulled My soul no more to keep. Shattered, broken life pieces Scattered … Continue reading
Precious sacrifice On the altar of my vice. Kicking, churning deep within; Only God can see my sin. Mother-heart multiplied Beneath my breast and deep inside. Now the heart is punctured through; I saw nothing else to do. … Continue reading
Motherhood: “…to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body.” -Elizabeth Stone Scrubbing Washing Folding Chopping Mixing Cooking Wiping Rubbing Holding Chasing Tending Training Giving Hugging Kissing Praying Caring Living Leading Guiding LOVING LOVING LOVING LOVING … Continue reading
Redefining, most confining. Turn around, life’s upside down. Love is lost, left alone. Expectation to move on. Easy said, harder done. You were here, forever gone. Emptiness envelopes me. Loneliness, my legacy. Redefining, most refining. Christ in me, my joy … Continue reading
Lonely is the wind As it blows across the sea Whistling a sorrowful song That sings eternally. I hear the lonesome sound And shed a single tear The days of old forever gone But still I hold them near. … Continue reading
Waterless clouds meaningless words empty promises wistfully heard. Chase the wind around the earth. Only dying brings rebirth.