Starry Starry Night

….paint your palette blue and greyLook out on a summer’s day with eyes that know the darkness in my soulShadows on the hills, sketch the trees and the daffodilsCatch the breeze and the winter chills, in colors on the snowy … Continue reading

An Invite

An Invite

Natural Darkness is an invitation to wonder…thought that cannot be experienced in brightness. – Jane Slade Ever so grateful for this invite, every night, who isn’t thrilled to hear you’re invited? Let’s not jumped ahead to quickly though, savor the … Continue reading

Playin’

Playin’

From the start and some ways into it, hazinesslaborious and lingering, veil of shameinstant yet never wholly gratifying, uninhibited encounterswhat’s meant to be seen, everything resolutely walled in the darkerrantly tiresome, a fabled fiendauthentic power in substance, burrowed too far … Continue reading

What on Earth?

Rather what in heaven? Any ideas? Anyone not looking down these days? I’ve been in awe looking up lately. These are moments before the light fades and there is only darkness but out of the darkness comes the light again. … Continue reading

Time of Growth

Time of Growth

Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! -Isaiah 5:20 Business as usual, sin twists and warps our sense of … Continue reading

On the Couch

On the Couch

I wrote about this my first year in college. I have the original on a floppy disk, remember those? However, no device to plug it into to retrieve my writings from back in the day. Whatever I wrote, had my … Continue reading

Introvert

Introvert

Feeling this resplendent soul. She is bold, beautiful and magically wild, the way we were meant to be. Check out the rest of her lyrics and enjoy bebopping to her electrifying vibe. “There’s a war (there’s a war) The kingdom’s … Continue reading

Finding the Unknown

Finding the Unknown

We do not sit in darkness to find what we know, but rather to find what we do not know. – Jane Slade

In Anticipation of Rouge

In Anticipation of Rouge

Darkness rested over the horizon. Still…it would be sometime before I’d see a rosy blush hover over the eastern sky encouraging me to discover a sequence that may be a better way through.

On Becoming Polychromatic Again

On Becoming Polychromatic Again

The feral are closer, more curious without the darkness that kept them at the edge of nightfall.No longer is the need for a torch to keep you from stalking my thoughts.The world a little softer,vibrant of color that once filled … Continue reading