I seem to be on a trend at the moment! I’ve been thinking about what truth is, what belongs to us and what truth belongs to others and what that all means. I’ve been thinking about how easy it is to lie to yourself and how much it can shock your mind and body whenContinue reading “Truth in Another’s Mouth”
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Sometimes Pictures Lie
Unfiltered #throwbackthursday. This photo comes up on my Facebook memories every year and it always takes me back because this day was such a complicated day. I was out with friends and outwardly was having an awesome day but I was so depressed during this time. And this day internally was one of the lowestContinue reading “Sometimes Pictures Lie”
The world is a mess and a scary place right now. There are no words. Stay safe, stay home. Look after each other.
I am made of the things doubt is made of :Questions in the night Shadows gathered together as the light dimsBlurred lines and late-night musingsConfessions after the certainty wears off. The things I refuse to touch;the knowledge that I don’t know but make my home in the place of hope anyway.That edge between assurance andContinue reading “HOPE ANYWAY”
Guilt, Not Grief ~ Jeanann Verlee
Today’s daily dose of poetry is a little…necessary. For those moments when someone just pushes you right over the edge, ‘Grief, Not Guilt’ by the incredible Jeanann Verlee has a classy insult for every conceivable moment! Read it in full…then dive right into her body of work — trust us, it’s just as wonderful! Grief,Continue reading “Guilt, Not Grief ~ Jeanann Verlee”