Like fingerprints on windows forgotten or left to remember, your existence lingers, clinging to me as if still a newborn warm upon my chest. I dare not wipe away these sacred stains within my lifeline, your presence, your mark on this world, your fingerprints clutching my soul. Lovely reminders etched in glass to forever markContinue reading “Fingerprints”
And see just like that it’s gone – a fleeting thought, a whisper, the twilight and the dawn. In that moment before waking and in the shadows of sleep, were you truly there beside me or somewhere beyond my reach?
Sometimes I’m caught off guard when the thought of you hits me so hard, tugging at my memories of you, so rare and so few. You’re the one person I’ll never get over – no real closure ’til I get to hold you a little longer. Merry Christmas, Faith!
Along God’s path and nature’s wrath, I follow Faith in life’s aftermath. On the way I find lost pieces of my mind, fabrics of memories and fragments of time, where tears water the destroyed gardens, uprooted in their prime, too early to consider rebirth, still unable to master peace of mind. Along God’s path andContinue reading “Life’s Aftermath”
9-9-2009 to my grandmother and my daughter Run, baby, run, to the gates, to the sun, welcome her there where you two can share stories of home and reunions to come. Grandmother, Mother, Daughter, one day we’ll all be together. You two can prepare for our arrival there. Run, baby, run over golden streets toContinue reading “Run, Baby, Run”