November The quiet, calm of the early morning hours is precious. Looking up, through the window, toward the heavens, the sky is gray. It is late November; soon the land will be held captive in the icy grip of winter. Thick clouds blanket the sky, their coverlet, absolute. Winter is coming; there can be no doubt. Unexpected patches of white dot … Read More November
I miss you In the quiet moments of the dawn In between sips of coffee When it snows At a red light I miss you. I miss you When I sit on a windy beach In the moments before sleep When I see a boat or a shell I miss you.
Part 2~ The opportunity to fall back in time, to face him, the questions lined up in rapid fire, the judgements already sealed, words tattooed upon the woman’s heart . Its every pump, sending forth doubt, frantic searches to find the missing puzzle piece, the never-ending search for an answer to the question, Did you love me? An answer to the why. There had … Read More Fall Back
This evening, by midnight, certain regions of Canada and the world, will complete the annual ritual of turning back the clocks by one hour, an action also known as standard time. There are positives to this action. A recent seven-year study in Sweden found that this semi-annual one hour change is linked to a study that shows a decrease in heart attacks and fatalities, … Read More Fall Back