What changes do we need to make to start thinking for ourselves in order to improve the world we reside in for the better?
I'm posting this full version of a poem I posted as a 'short version' a few months ago, in support of one of our fellow bloggers who has very recently lost her mum and I apologise to those who have read the short version previously.. To all those like myself who have lost their mums: Magical Moonbeams From... Continue Reading →
A poem symbolising the mutual benefits that arise when time is taken to ask questions, listen to answers and develop trust in a new friendship
A poem by James T Moore highlighting the importance of being authentic and revealing your inner brilliance..
After my mum died 2+ years ago, closing down her home of 53 years was hard. She'd accumulated so many trinkets and treasures and in the last few years before she died, she'd really begun to hoard things like newspapers, magazines etc. so it was a massive job for us to sort through. We found... Continue Reading →
Old Lovers Renew Loves spine shivering fingers stroke down and anticipation spirals, as tender touch releases frown. Words first seeming final, now just a memory drifting away, as they continue to love for one more day. Loves tender touch, warms hidden gem and icy hearts melt. Intensity charges through them, forgotten words no longer... Continue Reading →
(photographer unknown - but a lovely picture I couldn't resist...) I've been reminded this week about the fragility of life and how it can change in just a single moment. We often spend our time planning for the future - all the things we will do when we have more time, more money, better... Continue Reading →