When I was first diagnosed with ALS, the one thing I could not get under control was the fear. More than a fear actually, it was the sheer terror of knowing the horrific journey I was headed on, the gradual... Continue Reading →
Here in the cove, we've witnessed many incredible sunsets, like the above picture. Tonight's sunset, below, was not particularly spectacular, unless maybe you see things a little differently. Sunset Promises Wind-whipped whitecaps turn blue water grey Rain menaced, no delivery... Continue Reading →
Insomnia Nonnet Sun setting, night falls, sandman rising Blithely skipping over my bed Counting sheep, I want braised shanks Warm milk, stomach curdles Lullaby? too old Drugs? Just Say No toss and turn Hello Moon
All night the currents swirled and tugged while I floated rudderless, no course Adrift, helpless, on the brink Of capsizing, sinking But mooring lines fixed, You held steady Always my Anchor, Safe.
Butter sizzles, bivalves hit the pan searing edges brown while inside all tender succulence so soft that under sea snuggled in clam beds mermaids, heads on pillowy scallops, sleep