Are you a late-blooming adult? You’re in remarkable company. Julia Child savored her first French meal at age 36, Bram Stoker published Dracula at 50, and Grandma Moses started painting at 78. Source: Why Are Some People Late Bloomers?
Striking the landscapes Visions of strength and beauty Colors in full bloom Sun withering its life dried Boiled, tart sweetness we revive
Mirror, mirror on the wall Why must you be so cruel? Didn’t I play by all the rules? This can’t be me that I see Gone is the girl I use to be When did I get to be so old? I did exactly as I was told Stayed out of the aging sun WhileContinue reading “Mirror, Mirror…”
On a park-side bench Saltwater Humidity Reaches with a breeze Chasing away the dried leaves Scattering, to dance for me -Tanka
Stunning. Absolutely, stunning… Source: THE STRONG TOWER
The ominousness Enveloped my life spirits For weeks, I felt weak It was difficult to breathe Not once though, did he let go
Ripped apart at the seams Waking up to terrors screams A new day of possibilities Waiting to create realities There is always a paid price In the unforeseen sacrifices Handed out despite our faith Written upon destinies fate Life’s battles and deeper scars Show us the depth and how far We have come in aContinue reading “Unforeseen Sacrifices”
It was an honor to be invited to The Neighborhood’s stage to participate in an exciting anthology on Leadership & Authority. I rendered this poetic piece for the multi-edition performance. Please visit & follow the Public Bloggers page, drop your thoughts in the comment box, and catch the replays of the prior shows, and thenContinue reading “#TAG: The Neighborhood Anthology on Leadership & Authority ed. III by Kelly Lewis”