“I’ve never been in darkness like this,” you whisper, staring out the window at a neighborhood blanketed in the warm humidity of a summer night. You look to the sky, gazing at the stars, but spiritually, emotionally, there is no light to be found. “Dude, you’re telling me?” your friend cackles humorlessly from his place … More You Have To Be Buried To Be Planted
Lord, this world is filled with sadness. It’s filled with hatred and bitterness, sorrow and pain. It’s filled with broken hearts and weary souls, loveless marriages and senseless wars, and sometimes, it’s hard to feel love when all I see is anger. Sometimes, I don’t know how to reflect Your light into such darkness. So, … More A Simple Little Prayer
I awoke to the sound of salty waves crashing on silky sand and rocky outcroppings, the ringing in my ears making my head feel heavy as I lifted it, squinting in the harsh sunlight that bore down on me in an unforgiving glare. My mouth felt dry and I spit, not surprised to find my … More Shipwrecked! (part 1)
My blog hasn’t been doing so hot lately, and by that, I mean, I haven’t been uploading like I used to. Nor have I been uploading like I need to. I have no problem churning out my short stories every week, but when it comes to writing anything else, i.e. a regular blog, poems (the … More STUCK!
I saw you there, looking through the crowd Your dark eyes wandered, searching, seeking They flitted over faces but never lingered too long As if you knew what it was that you sought But you weren’t sure where it’d be found~ I watched you, studied you, mesmerized, intrigued The faces around me melted into a … More Moment – a poem
Once upon a time, there lived a young man whose only dream was to play his guitar and sing. He didn’t desire sold out shows, or his name surrounded in lights, had no need for prestigious interviews or flashy awards, he simply wanted to sing. It wasn’t easy, though, getting people to listen, for though … More What Will You Build?
Once upon a time, there was a woman who worked at an accounting office. Every day, she sat at her computer and dreamed of the day when she would look out the wall of windows she was placed by and see green, not white. She longed for the moment she would step out the door … More Hurry Up, Spring!