My call echoed over the mountaintop into the valley and then, I heard a voice speak to me. It spoke not with words but with calm. The joy that came over me allowed me to walk on water and depart the troubled seas I'd been tasked to maneuver through. It reassured me that I was… Continue reading My Psalm
Left foot, right foot, I begin to trace my steps. Attempting to recall my thoughts however vague. I'm lost in a moment I cannot change. Regretful yet thankful. Fearful yet excited. Worried yet in the still of the calm. I embrace the lesson. For I was led down this path to embrace not reject, to… Continue reading Total recall
Slow trek through the maze. Out of daze. Unfazed.
Fall into the melody and allow the sound waves to carry you to the tune of now. Allow the vibrations to uplift your spirit and lead you to truth. Cultivating simplicity which cultivates peace which frees you from the burden of you. For it is all repetition. The way the waves of sound travel over… Continue reading Frequency
Leave me to wander as the beat of my heart guides my footsteps to undiscovered land.
Forgo the usual for infinite possibility.
Don't look for me then for I am lost in now.
The fish cannot tell me how to fly for I am the bird. The bee cannot tell me how to bloom for I am the flower. The scientist cannot tell me how to wave for I am the ocean. The mind cannot tell me how to love for I am the heart. Life cannot tell… Continue reading The Bigger Picture
Life is like a butterfly at times. The transformation from a caterpillar to a beautiful winged creature that dies within 7 days of existence is all it knows. Although its journey takes longer than the time it will have to flutter its wings around mother earth, It presses on to fulfill its beautiful purpose. … Continue reading On pushing on…
She loves me...she loves me not. I used to tell her we're all we got. Then she disowned my love, She could no longer fit the glove that once kept us warm. She viewed me as a disgrace; She'd wish she could erase, Every time I see her, I see it written over her face. And… Continue reading On my mother…