Lonely (Haiku)

Original photography retrieved from unsplash.com by Atlas Green @atlas_green Tears that fall asunder Lonely as a cloudy day Currents lead a stream astray

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Original Photography retrieved from unsplash.com by Anne Nygård @polarmermaid I'm looking for my home, have you seen it? It has four walls, but the roof is gone.  The truth is defined: by what lies behind the frontlines. Once the doors and the windows implode from the inside.  The exterior is slightly damaged, Or battered like war torn.  But, when the warmth pours outward. What’s sunk will... Continue Reading →

Faith

Original Photography retrieved from unsplash.com by Josh Boot @joshboot You would have robbed me of my hopes and dreams if I allowed it. With doubts, that you would feel a thing. But if the rose buds withered would you check the stems. Only if emblazoned with gems, I’d imagine. I guess, the root of it... Continue Reading →

Alcoholic Breakup

I was very reluctant to post this. Because when written, I was in a much different place: mentally. However I’ve realized being resilient isn’t about faking the funk; while pushing through adversity. Sometimes it’s necessary to have those personal encounters with our own demons. Facing not only the good , the bad, but sometimes the... Continue Reading →

“Untitled”

I cried so loud it shook the bannisters. The chandelier swayed maniacally the click and clang of glassed bottles alarmed me it’s not often the bounds of an earthquake can upset the subset of an intellect. I mean: ego. Oh wait, it’s ideology my apologies. Pardon me I’m tryna bargain here Again and Again this... Continue Reading →

The Journey

Original Photography by Clemens van Lay @https://unsplash.com/@clemensvanlay Confession We cannot tell what may happen to us in the strange medley of life. But we can decide what happens in us  how we can take it, what we do with itand that is what counts in the end.” - Joseph Fort Newton – The day: June 20 this year. It was... Continue Reading →

Houston, We Have a Problem!

Original photography by Olav Ahrens Røtne https://unsplash.com/@olav_ahrens The Rubik's Theory “Sometimes problems don’t require a solution to solve them; instead they require maturity to outgrow them.” -Steve Maraboli- I think about problems like Rubik’s cube. You have this three-dimensional puzzle in which the object: is to match all the levels with their corresponding colors. Theoretically, the idea... Continue Reading →

The Human Canvas

Original Photography by Klara Kulikovahttps://unsplash.com/@kkalerry Behind each brush stroke lies the basis of a masterpiece. An empty canvas is that of an artist hand-print. Line by line the divine guides mind to work, such as a craftman. To defy the average, A builder of things; the human canvas. Thus flesh is stretched upon a frame... Continue Reading →

Chains

Original Photography by John Salvino @ https://unsplash.com/jsalvino Beaten by whips and chains Like a slave mentally drained physically strained As I lay in a pool of my own blood unable to move. Broken and beaten Beaten and bruised What do I do to gain closeness to you, lord God? Too many nights I’ve tried; crying... Continue Reading →

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