Dealing With The Past – a poem

Dealing With The Past Others hold against you–Are hurt by and bring down wrathUpon your pain –Childhood never endingSwirling inside the mind drain;Decisions of survivalDuring exploration of the self–These ghosts will hauntUntil end of time–Their whispers paranoia sells.There is no such thingAs kindness or compassionNot even from the ones we loveWe will always be aloneButContinue reading “Dealing With The Past – a poem”

Lo Is Domestic AF: I Foraged Rose Hips In The Woods

While adventuring along the Skalkaho Road (Route 38) Rose Hip season is in full swing. That means, it’s time to harvest and process all these beautiful end of summer/beginning of autumn fruits. For further reading, I’m going to refer readers over to this article on processing Rose Hips on The Spruce. Rose hips were oneContinue reading “Lo Is Domestic AF: I Foraged Rose Hips In The Woods”

Ruminations on “Weightless Again” by The Handsome Family

The Song In That Letter In the letter you sentYou tried to explain to me– I couldn’t understand. YouTried to condense Fifteen years of unspokenWords intoA song you saidI needed to knowWhy you floated–Why you made yourChoices and brokenPromises

A Reflection On Flowers – A Poem

A Reflection On Flowers Perhaps in early morning dewAs one bud fades into decayThe green of spring is still anewWhere old roots cling in fertile frayBut what of rocks and moss and bark?Are dreams of blossom’s change to sleep?A foolish gardener will prune all changeHoping to preserve rather than createAnd if there are genetic flaws?Continue reading “A Reflection On Flowers – A Poem”