Poem: Slowed Down

Sprinting, jogging, running. Crucial tasks we’re shunning. Tripping, falling, gasping. On false hopes we’re grasping. ~ Always saying that today will be the day we can say we broke through our goal and joy will fill the hole ~ in our hearts that we try to fill with lie after lie, thinking this will at … Continue reading Poem: Slowed Down

Snow Day: A Winter Sonnet

Snow falls to the muddy ground. Icicles gather under the gutter. A squirrel stops without a sound, To hear the wind howl and mutter. ~ The clouds are gray, the earth is white. Snowflakes swim through the air, the squirrel dodges one and ducks out of sight. The sun peeks out with a white glare. … Continue reading Snow Day: A Winter Sonnet