The Unanswered Prayer


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Oh, how I loved him

Or so I thought

He had my heart

Yet, he asked for it not


I tried to prove my worth

In action. word, and in deed

But it wasn’t enough

At least, not for me


I could not blame him

For decisions I made on my own

Yet, my heart was broke

More than just a groan


I prayed, I asked with all my heart

That God would answer me

However, no answer came

Only my tears, and my disappointment


But one day

As if with new eyes I saw

I knew, I was a gift

That he just couldn’t see


So, I said my goodbyes

And cried my tears

Not sure what to expect

Amongst all my doubts and fears


But God knew

And He had a plan

It’s hard to debate the divine

Even though we try


Funny how our logic, falls short

When One knows best

So, I will thank Him

For my own, Unanswered Prayer


Knowing I won’t have to strive

Or lasso the moon

To receive the love

From His best!




A Little Adventure


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I am not sure, what inspired Bilbo Baggins

To go on his adventure with the Dwarfs


Is it a curiosity

A longing to break free

Of our comfortable lives

To discover something new

About the world, and ourselves


Each step, brings us closer to a new discovery

Of truth, that could not be seen

From whence we were


The shadows of the unknown

Require a determined step

To discover what they hide

Oftentimes, it is not pretty

Nor is it safe


But what is safety? Anyway?

And what are we hiding from?




Thank goodness!!

That a tale can take us

Where our feet may not go


Some call it courage

Some go to escape

But each time we go

We never come back the same


May I always look

For the untraveled path

That my eyes may see

And my heart know

All that is truly important

Whenever I go on , A Little Adventure

For my soul

Bears it’s best fruit

When I do

Quotes to Inspire


Poets, the original story tellers.


The Story of


Most of them start out

With the familiar phrase of

“Once Upon A Time”

Or so we’ve read and heard

A moment of the past

Or an introduction

To an important event

Tales of humans

or fantasy folk

Whom we know

And few we grow to love

This happens everyday

Not just in fairy tales

Or in monomyth’s

But available in newspapers

Social Media

Our Pictures

Our precious memories

Of our everyday lives

Perhaps we just need a little bit of pixie dust

And a little bit of faith

For our eyes to see

The wonder of these moments

That seem to only happen

Once upon a time

For time is not controlled

By us

or anyone

Yet serves as a reminder

To embrace

Every moment

For we know not

Whose tale is being told

Our’s or another’s

Yet together with many

It is a story of us


Tales that Tell


Oh what delight have I found

That mere words doth speak

Tales of courage

And loves so deep


Where Kings were Kings

And honor sought

As if life depended on it

And trials were fought


Oh what power did I discover

That which I knew not

I had within me when words were spoken

Or when they were wrote


I do not have all the answers, truth be told

So please, don’t make a fuss

This life is not easy

But what fools would it make us, if it was?


Would we treasure each joy and smile

And all good that can’t be bought

Or rejoice when love is returned

From one, whom it was sought


I chuckle a little, to myself

For this much I can say

We all have a tale of our own

But what will it tell of us, someday?


“Real Men”

Sharing this, because….. well it’s just brilliant, and didn’t know that it was okay to share. Please enjoy this amazing poet’s words.

Max Meunier

a cringeworthy lyric
gave me pause

for i was stricken
by the oddest notion

it was a moment
in which all
frames of reference
were at my disposal

“what makes a real man?”
i pondered…

protecting loved ones
defending honor
voicing truth

as i stood there
i began to see
that it mattered not
how many traits
i listed
for right then i suddenly realized

the only real men
i had ever known

were women

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Ode to a New Year


Once upon a time

I held on to my past

Now, I let the pain, and the bad go

And keep the lessons and the good with me

In the present.


It does not serve me or others

Nor does it have place in my future


Yet, I reorganize my thoughts

My emotions

My goals

Vigorously refocusing  on

My dreams and my heart


And that has become, my haven


Chaos and a confused world

May try to make me doubt

But the truth remains

I am alive!

I have worth!

Beauty still exists in the world

And hope still thrives


It gives one much to be thankful for


Now I begin a new chapter

Blank, for now though it may be

Soon adventures

And discoveries

New beginnings

Like an old Sage’s story

Will fill its pages


But what story will it tell?


Will you, my love?

Find me this year

and walk with me?

There is so much to see

And beside you

Taking it all in

Is where I want to be.




Reversing Time


Oh how I miss thee

My laziest moments of rest

When all that is required

Is an open mind, and willingness to do nothing


However, current demands of my attention

Require me to be adaptable

To any situation or crisis

And there’s the rub!!


Do not speak too critically of me

Or provide me your most displeased look

For I am more responsible than most

And sweet rest, I do require


The yin, and the yang of a dreamer

Who’s greatest foe is time?

Must also learn to balance

When to work, and when to dream?


May the universe be kind

For I have visions to meet

And tasks to complete

That even this, is possible, reversing time

The Unexpected Gift


Amidst all of the hustle and bustle

The Christmas Season brings

We oft forget

The simplest joys

A smile and a hug can bring


No mistletoe required

Or a black tie

But perhaps a cup of cocoa

A good friend

Sitting beside a warm fire


Gifts will be bought

Or made with love

Wrapped all pretty

With ribbons

And bows


But let us not forget

That the most unexpected gift

Is us, yet the most valued

The giving of ourselves

To those we love

A Ray of Hope


There the sun shined

Just out of her reach

In a moment

That she had long awaited for


The tunnel that had been

So dark and dim

Long and winding

Finally coming to its end


Now, all she had to do

Was find the courage within

To walk through

The door, and embrace the unknown


Oh feet! Do not fail me now

Nor courage, do not stray

But guide me on through

To this ray of hope.


That I may find

All that I’ve dreamed for

And more

And stand for all that I believe.