There dwells a hole within my heart Only one can fill.
The moon slept on that lonely dirt road As the clouds wept muddying the ground A Victorian house set at the top of the soggy hill
The confines of my paralyzed condition hinder not my senses or imagination Delightfully unfettered A chariot of feathery clouds escorts me to ethereal wildflower fields Overflowing with dancers just like me running free Whilst on earth a leafy ballet romances my eyes as a balmy breeze caresses The graceful branches […]
Uninspired Lost in muck and mire Climbing my way out of the pit Without a rope Pulling my paralyzed body Up with my hands Slipping and sliding Blood dripping Grasping jagged rocks No ceiling above me I see the light If I keep at it The light will […]
He scooped her up into his arms away from the midst of the murky darkness, carried her off to a remote, barren place, and left her there. She had no way of knowing whether he would reappear. Her tears mingled with raindrops, misting the dirt she lay upon […]
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If you knew that your judgement crushed what remained of my wounded wings, would you even care? © Sarah Doughty
Twitter.com/karenjia My body is bound to the earth, my soul has no roof. My flesh is fragile, my soul is bulletproof.
I penned these ramblings years ago when someone broke my heart. I am long passed the heartbreak, but I thought I share this discombobulated poem with you. 🙂 She loves him so deeply She hates him as much She longs to be with him She craves his […]
Thinking of my core family today. I am the eldest of four children turning sixty-five in October; living twenty-five years with a rare muscle debilitating virus and confined to bed. It feels weird being the only one alive. My younger brothers passed away in their forties (one from […]
As I lie here gazing through my window He paints the sky with splashes of crimson and gold; Each stroke of color sings out of His mercy comforting my weary soul. Yet as I see the sun slowly disappearing I remember another day has met its end. […]