For The Student Who’s Graduating Students, there’s a big scary world out there, Responsibilities on your shoulders rest, decisions to be made, And discoveries to claim if you but dare, Goals to reach or do nothing and let your dreams fade, There are challenges you’ve already met, With the support of family and friends, But […]Read More “You’re Ready To Touch the Sky”
Let Your Dreams Soar If you’ve been looking back at people you’ve known, Wishing you’d been kinder, with more respect shown, They led you up roads where challenges were steep, Through pages of history where knowledge was deep, Through languages, art, calculations and more, They taught you learning is lifelong, and easy to store, What? […]Read More Let Your Dreams Soar
This year I’ll learn to trust and treat everyone as a friend, A handshake and a well spoke word will mean truth again, I won’t live a life gone by, stewing in my own pot, Wallowing in self pity, at a time and place I’d rather not, I’ll enjoy all the challenges that life always […]Read More New Year’s Resolutions (Part 2)
Exclamation Point! I didn’t ask to be like Job, Whose life took a backward thrust, Yet here I am with shredded heart, Arising from the dust, I’ve lost at love one more time, But it will not hold me down, Like a Phoenix I’ll spring into the world, With a smile instead of a frown, […]Read More Exclamation Point!
Lying on the hammock, Listening to birds singing, Feeling the humid air rising, Enjoying the early morning. That’s what life is all about. Writing down my thoughts, Sharing them at a family gathering, Discussing problems we’re having, Brainstorming solutions we’ll be trying, That’s what life is all about. Closing the day with meditation, Remembering the […]Read More That’s What Life is All About
Pain, My Old Friend Hello, pain, my old friend, I see you’re ready to visit me again, Should I be on the alert, For something unsuspected to hurt? Or is this just mental pain, With everything to lose and nothing to gain? My joints do ache, With every step I take, Should I complain, my […]Read More Pain, My Old Friend