Let it Rain

Lovemydad
Sideways These Days

The music of the morning rain

just beyond my window pain

massaging the land with repetitious splashes of moisture.

Varying degrees of timbre and pitch

a choral cacophony

Fitting that nature should join my hearts phrase

Memories echo of long ago days

How many gallons have poured from the sky?

Can you pay that water bill? Neither can I…

Picking up pieces just tears of my heart

placing them down again,

oh where do I start?…

What’s about this paradigm of a need to say goodbye

Why?

he never did,

why should I?

it used to have us complain “you never say good-bye”

 

#neitherwilli #guessitstuck  #noneed #stayawhile #ohmemorykeepmewarm

#lifeissidewaysthesedays #missyoudad

I’m glad it rained on this anniversary of your passing. #breathe

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Nope, Not Going There With You

Thank you for this well written reminder. Being a true “wing~man” as the picture depicts keeps danger at bay. Reblogging on http://trudistreasures.com

along the side of the road

Today’s Daily Prompt is:  Take Me to the Moon:

How far would you go for someone you love?  How far would you want someone else to go for you?


I would love for my answer to both parts of the prompt to be anywhere.  Wouldn’t that sound great?  Wouldn’t that mean I was the bestest parent, family member, friend, heck even the bestest complete stranger in someone’s world?  Yeah, perhaps on the surface it would.  I mean ask a lot of other parents out there what they would do for their children and I suspect the most common response would be this:  anything.  But I’ve had enough journeys on this adventure called life that have taught me otherwise.  I do my best to have and express unconditional love for others, but I do have conditions on the parameters of the relationships I have with them.

Here are a few examples …

I will…

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Now is the time (Concrete poem)

In celebration of my 100 follows, originally posted by Michelle Sherlock and reblogged here; she’s been a beacon in shining true Light on social media everywhere! At least in my limited experience, Here’s Michelle!!

Looking4GodToday

Now is the time heart shaped poem by Michelle Sherlock Now is the time (Concrete poem) © Michelle Sherlock

Now is the time for you and me to be

Running forward to meet our destiny

No longer shrinking back in fear

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