Tag Archives: prose
They say that tears come from the heart. I beg to differ. You see, there was a place inside me where I held you close. But through the years, that place became as hollow as your soul. Instead of compassion, … Continue reading
First of all, I need to apologize for my lack of posting lately. Work has been crazy-busy. I am still settling into my new home, so that keeps me busy. I finally hung curtains in the bedroom over the weekend. … Continue reading
I’ll take your breath away as I enter the room. I don’t want to draw attention to myself. I stand on my soapbox and preach my causes. I stick my head in the sand and ignore the pain of the … Continue reading
My heart shattered into a million pieces. A cliche’, I know. But let me explain why I describe it this way. I look at the cracks and count them one by one. This one taught me this, that one taught … Continue reading
He just wanted to hold me. I was tattered and torn and I pushed him away, determined to claw my way through. I held on. He just wanted to hold me. I fought and raged and pushed and stumbled, always … Continue reading
Have I stopped to take in the spray of the surf or the scent of the salt air? Have I relished the sound of rain on the roof, or a fireplace embers’ glow at night? Have I cherished a lover’s … Continue reading
The smile hid the turmoil inside. She loved deeply; unaware of any other choice. The void within was a constant thing. She expected it. Could find nothing to fill it. So she loved harder.