Spiritual Writing

A Word for 2019

As 2018 comes to an end, I take the time to reflect on what I have accomplished over the last three years.  An exercise that I adopted, that has helped me to remain focused and clear minded is the act of choosing a word to focus on throughout the upcoming year.  At the end of… Continue reading A Word for 2019

Spiritual Writing

“You can, you should, and if you’re brave enough to start, you will.”-Stephen King

In 2017 my word for the year was intentional.  I love that word so much that I will continue to use it throughout my life time.  One way for me to be intentional is to plan for life. I am creating a 2018 bucket list.  Twelve things that I want to accomplish in 2018.  Each… Continue reading “You can, you should, and if you’re brave enough to start, you will.”-Stephen King

Fictional Writing

Don’t be silly

This ain’t supposed to make sense You are never supposed to figure this out alone This is supposed to be confusing So confusing to the point that you fall down crying from the headaches On your knees pleading for answers Head bowed humbly Arms outstretched reaching for his feet Before him Tired beaten and worn… Continue reading Don’t be silly

Fictional Writing

Empty thoughts

I wrote it all down every thought that crossed my mind I wrote until my eyes teared up, until my mouth was dry, until my pen was out of ink, until my hands cramped, and then when my mind was empty I sat back took a deep breathe and then looked down but the page… Continue reading Empty thoughts

Fictional Writing

Immortal

Time doesn’t exist If not for the rising and setting of the sun we wouldn’t know a day had passed At night we sleep Eyes closed Our brain will run astray no longer held accountable for our to do list Time never existed Slow long steps going in one direction Never stopping Headed towards infinity