Tag: sadness

The Sky Within My Heart – A Poem

I’m standing in a line, the people in front winding away from me into the shadows like a serpent, their features unseen though the mist that fills the air. A man approaches me, his features distinct with large blue eyes, curling brown hair falling… Continue Reading “The Sky Within My Heart – A Poem”

The Joy in the Darkness – A Poem

I could hear her before she became visible. The song she was singing stretched her voice out before her so that it was the first thing about her that I became aware of. Notes of song rang out into the cool air and, from… Continue Reading “The Joy in the Darkness – A Poem”

The Power of Words – A Poem

When I open my eyes, I am in the dark forest again. The trees around me sigh as if they are content to have me returned to them. I wander among the trees that I know so well but it is as if I… Continue Reading “The Power of Words – A Poem”

Just One Moment – A Poem

“It’s just one moment becoming another.” I clutch these words to my chest, in hopes that they will take away the sadness. It has been my constant companion, not a friend but not an enemy either, over the past few months. It resides in… Continue Reading “Just One Moment – A Poem”

Gasoline Rainbow – A Poem

Sadness is difficult. It creeps up on me so that by the time I find it living within me, it is a surprise to find it there. I glare at it, trying to give it the look, but it is impervious. I yell at… Continue Reading “Gasoline Rainbow – A Poem”

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