To My Best Friend, On The Day of Her Death

I wore daggers on my knuckles and hate in my hair, and my heart was dark and full of venom and teeth that gnashed on rage. But you, the walker in my dreams the burning bush in my heart, you told me once that my heart was golden and my soul could shine brighter than … Continue reading To My Best Friend, On The Day of Her Death

Fallen From Grace – Dena Daigle

A couple of weeks ago I shared a poem from my book Hush on my Facebook page and my friend and fellow writer, Dena Daigle of Phoenix Ascended, stumbled onto it and wrote a stunning poem from the inspiration she got from mine and I know you'll love it as much as I do. I … Continue reading Fallen From Grace – Dena Daigle

Today is my Goddam Birthday – Dori Owen

I received a card stating this a few years ago and found it amusing enough to become my birthday theme. I am not really prone to random profane statements on my own. Do not even think about asking me how old I am. I would never tell you, anyway. I am young enough to be … Continue reading Today is my Goddam Birthday – Dori Owen

By My Own Admission #1 – S.L. Heaton

By my own admission...I wasted "the pretty" for too many years.   I spent a lot of years in a relationship where I never felt valued. I felt like I was in a constant state of defeat. No matter what I did...it was never good enough. No matter what I said...it was never the right … Continue reading By My Own Admission #1 – S.L. Heaton

Broken, I love someone broken – Lizzi Lewis

Broken, I love someone broken   “We’re playing hot potato,” you had said As we took turns to succumb to the monsters; Those chemical teeter-totters in the playgrounds Of our heads, and whilst I was below Beset, prepared to die to spare you (How nobly I would go, for you, for everyone For those foolish … Continue reading Broken, I love someone broken – Lizzi Lewis

Do You Isolate During Depression? | Embracing Balance

I'm really working on this.   Source: Do You Isolate During Depression? | Embracing Balance