Category Archives: Symbolism

Perfect December Day

Yesterday was one of those cold, mostly clear, BEAUTIFUL December days I love so much.┬áMom and I almost always go together for our Christmas trees, because my tree is part of my birthday present. This year, we went to George’s … Continue reading

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Rainy Days and Sundays

Okay, so this afternoon is both. I was/am sorta antsy, so Mom and I took a walk…and of course, it was starting to rain when we walked out the door. I needed to get out. She just went to keep … Continue reading

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Thoughts

Bright sunshine, bouncing Into black shadow Ready and rearing to go Curl up into dreams of what-if and Never-was and Never-will-be   Brittle facades, patterned To hide the cracks Rote answers Deny deeper truths Falling, falling And fading  

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Stream of Thought

Barren landscape; bleak, empty, unforgiving No warmth, no hope, no joy Sorrow like snow, piled high and drifted Against the walls of the soul; Chilling, draining, slowly sapping Leaving an empty husk.

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Mice and Cardinals

Lately, I have been trying to figure out why there are mice in this house. They aren’t getting into the food…. there is no evidence they’re even trying. The only things we’ve found chewed on were some bags of papers … Continue reading

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