Hull, MA at sunset, I took this picture this past summerI have been thinking about the beach this weekend. I had recently written a post titled, “A Beach, A Girl, And A Little Girl” and more came to me yesterday that I’d like to write.I was trying to remember what Danielle liked to do when I…… Continue reading A Beach, A Girl, And A Little Girl, Pt. 2
I discovered traditional Celtic music about 15 years ago when I was 19, had first found Kate Rusby, a British singer, and then some Irish ones. I liked Kate’s songs also because her vocal range is not too high or low for me to sing too, and the traditional songs often tell a story with imagery…… Continue reading Building A Bridge
Foot almost better I’m not sure what was happening hereThe moon is golden tonightOuttake again*I finished reading through the poems. And I am happy to publish them.It is glowing :)Rosemary & Garlic – Shine
Morning timeRumi tea ;)*Today I will read through all the poems I’ve written for my second book, one after the other.~
The poems I read aloud in the previous post, “Brought Away Someplace” preceded the night well.The moon is full, a photo through my window,for the heart that feels fulland the heart that wishes to be filled.
I have been picky with black tea. I was drinking a black tea I’ve just found and love— it is English Breakfast by Adagio, a common name, but it has a distinctive taste to me, a smooth, similar to dark chocolate flavor. When I drank it, I felt like I was brought someplace distant and…… Continue reading Brought Away Someplace
The moon, hiding behind clouds, and then appearing again through my windowI thought tonight, we may see ourselves as flawed at times but another person sees us as perfectly beautiful.Here, this is singing me to sleep…Songbird by Eva Cassidy