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Tethered by all I feel I can’t or shouldn’t do.When did I stop living my life and turn to waiting it out? Telling myself to find joy onthis little plot which I call mine. Sadly, waiting is now my ingrained … Continue reading
Near my front doorAncient rocks and crystalsGround me in winter
Would watermelon taste as sweet without itThe sound and feel of crunch There’s the obvious crunch ofNuts, carrots, celery with cream cheese There’s the softer crunch ofRoast beef, tomato, mayo, wrapped in lettuce leaves Did I mention toast and jam, … Continue reading
no one at the helmin a deadly storm winds blowing this and that way emotions churningI can’t breathe once witnessedturbulent times can’t be unseen Poem and art by Sabra Bowers
Not called to move Prefer stillness And looking within I seek solitude and silence Although The world is never silent Neither are my thoughts They often ramble To the past or future Am I an antenna For thoughts Moving in … Continue reading
winter winds play the brown marcescent leaves music of rain sticks
Fine memories dwell here. I can almost hear them when I close my eyes.
May the blue bird of happiness grace your life. May the water element do its good work. May the world be whole again. Words and Painting by Sabra Bowers.
it was a surprise to find the gate open giving entry to the rutted road I’d not walked since my youth we meandered the yards around the abandoned farmhouse and barns my friend wanted to try the doors I was … Continue reading