I had no idea I'd get a rose this big when my little garden began alongside my limping heart on Mother's Day 2018. It just took about four years to bloom this big, but less than that for me to lift my head and love the life I had. My encouragement to you is STAY.… Continue reading Limping Wings// A Poem for Staying in Your Life
Tag: garden poems
Even the Brightest Flower
what happens when you get thrown into nothing? spread out arms wide to no one? people move on, but not you. . . expanse of heartache, a cliff for a timeline, free fall of lost things, you by a thread. so, walk to the edge! but go down softly with hope, without breaking your bones.… Continue reading Even the Brightest Flower
Lived But Never Bloomed
Sometimes the growth, the progress, the journey, the in-between of life well-lived is the victory.
Can’t a Bird Still Sing?
I hope the answer is yes.