Fill Her Up Some.

Fill Her Up Some.

This is where we’re at and I’m going to need a refill where I’m headed. No room for that madness or blame, nor sorrow nor shame…I only wish my head was clear before I took his name. What a blessing … Continue reading

From Then ’til Now

Open in plain sight, false sense of infallibility.Underneath it all, stark and unadorned agony (a cruel lesson, yet a lesson all the same.)On replay, denial.In my heart, knowing.In my bones, knowing.Stuck in my throat, knowing.Most challenging step, acknowledgment, and yet … Continue reading

All Wound Up

All Wound Up

There’s a bit of an influx of sensitive and tightly wound-up types. I’m not sure why they are coming out of the woodworks now more than ever, must be something in the air. I’m keeping the windows and doors open … Continue reading

The Watering Hole

The Watering Hole

For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them. – Matthew 18:20

I Bid You Well

I Bid You Well

In this decayed hole among the mountainsIn the faint moonlight, the grass is singingOver the tumbled graves, about the chapelThere is the empty chapel, only the wind’s homeit has no windows, and the door swingsdry bones can harm no one … Continue reading

Ready and Waiting

Ready and Waiting

There is a new kind of dreaming and we’re in it.

Someplace Special

Someplace Special

“You make me question everything beautiful about myself.And yet I run to you,Bleed out my colorsOn your doorstepAnd beg for you toFeed me your darkness.” –Alix Klingenberg Sometime later… “And then one day you will wake up to the realization … Continue reading

Brighter Days

Brighter Days

The sun isn’t holding back its rays through the firmament today. The light is strikingly brighter with a layer of snow. Inside feels more illuminated and something a little closer to alive, even though we have quite a ways to … Continue reading

Before

Before

I was going to title this eschaton or the last state of man, but I don’t want anyone to get the wrong impression as I see and feel the counterpart as the life after, the dream state, the when and … Continue reading

Burden

Burden

Not much enviable snow to show the day after the first fall, especially on demanding lanes. It looks more like a tiring carpet, but this bank of clouds hovering over our heads may have more to unload. Clouds full of … Continue reading