Category: poetry

Protect the Children

Oh little child, your hunger grows for things outside your world of woes gangs and morsels you feed upon to gather strength and carry on. Sirens bellow, flashing lights weaken so the appetite windows now your only shield from who you are and what…

Continuing to Breathe

A reminder to look for beauty everywhere.

FRank’s Blues Song

Frank Sanders is a character in my newest novel. Since he’s the blue’s harp player and songwriter, he wrote this for me. 😉

Beat your drum slowly

* Does everything change? Love grows broader or thinner. Hope blossoms or wains. Despair peaks or evaporates. Fear paralyzes or fades. Does everything change? No need to hurry. Even change itself shifts its pace But nuggets of moments tucked neatly, a pocket filled of…

Let your breath travel

Venture to a road less traveled mysteries wither, then unravel a fate explained a purpose gained amidst the trodden gravel. © Carolyn Dennis-Willingham

Locked Down? Let your breath travel – 10

Wreath of light, it then surrounds the wonderment of joyous sounds hear the laughter trailing after blessings with no bounds. See previous here.

Locked Down? Let Your Breath Travel – 9

The mourning dove, late afternoon cooing out its peaceful tune the sounds of grace that fill the space of any lonely room. See previous here

Locked Down? Let Your breath travel – 8

Is it not Life tries to ruse by preaching riches can amuse? The unpretentious conscientious find true meaning in life’s clues. See previous here

Locked Down? Let Your breath travel – 7

And isn’t it the butterfly Who, at first, must analyse escaping routes and second doubts before it reaches sky? See previous here

Locked Down? Let your breath travel

The sands of time, they move to lure passing moments most demure each bit of grain each one contained to keep us safe and sure. See previous here