I see your face Through eyes Blank with loss Trying to smile Yet I can feel I see your soul I see the tears You try to hide I hear the plea In your silence An echo asks A new chance To fill all voids The pale face A white mask Only a known Eye … Read moreWhy The Hesitation?
“Now to the last award of the night. The Publisher’s Association gives the best comeback writer of the year award to Joshua Theodore Killen’s new novel, “Dark Nights”. The innovative new plot captured the attention of the nation and is set to be a bestseller across the world. We’re proud to have such a talented … Read moreStolen Bonds
Only a nightfall From old to new, tick of time Celebrations start Written for Monday Poetry Potluck, #16 – Celebrations Also for Carry On Tuesday, #85
Will celebrations Begin, if manifesto Of wishes comes true? If manifesto Of resolutions are kept Will life celebrate? Written for Monday Poetry Potluck, #16 – Celebrations Also for Sunday Scribblings, #257 – Manifesto
Comb for selflessness Appreciate, give joy to Those less fortunate Care for who have none Charity begins at home True goodwill gestures Written for Haiku Heights, #23 – Charity Also for One Single Impression, #148 – Comb Image: Charity, oil painting on canvas by Frederick Morgan(1846-1927). Image found at Eras of Elegance through Google Images … Read moreSelfless Gestures
What you don’t know is just unknown, not non-existential. Just because you are unaware of it, don’t deny when others find it.