It's the longest game ever. But it's worth it.
second poem in our fall collection, Ourselves and the Leaves. Hey. . . You don't have to hold your bretath anymore. Our feelings about this fall and this year can be complicated. All of us and our worst what ifs can't stop the spring.
Flowers Teach a Thousand Things
I was sitting in my garden when I wrote the first draft of this poem. If May is turning out to be a hard month or if you feel left out of so many good things or if you're feeling stuck in a never-ending season, this poem is for you. Flowers teach a thousand things,… Continue reading Flowers Teach a Thousand Things
Sometimes You Feel Like Winter When Everything Else Blooms
I am passionate about helping people relate to their pain in a way that heals. This means framing the sharp edges of heartache with beauty and light. It is important to be brutally honest both about pain and about hope. The more I write, the more I understand that we all want to see our… Continue reading Sometimes You Feel Like Winter When Everything Else Blooms