Monthly Archives:

September 2019

  • Lament Poetry


    Chemical responses were awakened in my body and brain. Responses I didn’t know wanted to wake up To the sound of the alarm the Holy Spirit sounded, What became a distortion of True love.…

    September 16, 2019
  • Grief

    Grief Is

    Grief is The house guest that has worn out their welcome. It is The nagging wife who needs your attention and won’t stop until she                   …

    September 13, 2019
  • Grace in the Mundane

    Gospel Filled Donuts

    He waltzed into my classroom with eyes beaming with excitement and joy. In his hands was a white box with “Mrs. Saylor and Mrs. Falk, Love Bailey” written in perfectly feminine handwriting on the…

    September 12, 2019
  • Mental Health Poetry

    Mental Health

    The circular thoughts with no end in sight, No resolutions to be made, Just a continuous fight No winner, just more blows to my mind. Circular thoughts, words, questions, Knots in my mind Out…

    September 11, 2019
  • Womanhood


    Like blinking eyes, the sun’s rays flashed through the Spanish moss dangling from the oak trees. The sky began its progressive filter into golden hour, while the pristine rural setting of an old Baptist…

    September 6, 2019
  • Repentance


    The sting of peroxide brought a burning to my flesh that I had never known before, but stuck with me throughout my childhood. I was five.  I had been waiting for a birthday card…

    September 2, 2019