It's simple yet true with each new day we start anew. It's not easy but let yesterday go, and don't concern yourself with tomorrow yet appreciate and bask in today whether it rains or shines the day is yours. It's up to you to shape it however way you want.
May our dreams take flight and soar above all our fears and doubts. May we see in our lifetimes some semblance of global harmony and love a love so strong that it can't be bought, sold or corrupted the kind of love you cherish for your loved ones but encompasses everyone.
The darkened clouds casts a mean shadow at the land-dwellers below, the laborers, the aristocrats the religious and even the pagans. This mean, sombre and sickly sky shows no mercy to the people it hovers over, men and women in the city running forwards and backwards like the shrilling banshee, or a social experiment gone wrong … Continue reading Life in the City
Can you really grasp the chance that love once presented itself? The warm smile etched across her face, As your muttered reply of I’m fine Was met with a hearty laugh and a playful shove A friendly face and a willing listener As you narrated your tale and adventures that you’ve been in. Can … Continue reading Chance
A woman with a sweet smile, a kind and warm face A loving heart and graceful movement You are one of life’s remedy Though distance maybe between us The journey to meet and close that gap And build a future Is one that will last a lifetime.
If I had a message for myself, that I could send to the future I guess that message would be to first love and keep loving, embrace all aspects of yourself and to continue living in the present. It’s important to cherish the moments we have since it’s all we really have. Before I … Continue reading Message for Tomorrow
As we close out the year I look back and reflect, it's had everything from smiles to tears, a lot of lessons learned mistakes were made, but one thing I am glad to say is that I am still here. Another day, another blessing gratitude mixed faith, weaknesses turning to strengths, learning and … Continue reading Looking Back