here is a picture of a picture i took the first time i saw the pacific ocean. i was 25 years old and 3,000 miles from home. and this view of cannon beach made me think that, maybe, just maybe, in some other lifetime, this could have also been home. it was breathtaking. and i [...]
be still and know that i’m with you be still and know that i am here be still and know that i’m with you be still, be still, and know when darkness comes upon you and covers you with fear and shame be still and know that i’m with you and i will say your [...]
my mother is a never-ending song in my heart of comfort, happiness, and being. i may sometimes forget the words but i always remember the tune. sending love & light & hugs & prayers to you today.
as delicate as the wind in his ears, as haunting as light caught inside a jewel. fire in a stone, a voice in the sea. the songs of sirens burn within, a happiness so great it feels like pain, and when those songs stop, their absence is vast and even more painful, as if you [...]
i loved my friend. he went away from me. there’s nothing more to say. the poem ends, soft as it began – i loved my friend. (langston hughes)