Skipping Mother’s Day
Tag Archive for ‘Grief’
To Really Be Home
My new poem “To Really Be Home”. Written in haiku form, it is technically referred to as a haiku chain. Give it a read!
Sifting Through Photos on March 21
Sifting through photos reflecting on the past, I found you once again. It’s been thirteen years, I’m told […]
New poem “Visitation”. Inspired by looking at old photos on a cold, rainy day in Japan.
Thinking about Ilo and her favorite song.
My Pal: Part Two in Haiku
If you had asked me over fifty years ago if life without you would be possible, only reply […]
Mother’s Day…It’s Hard to Find the Words
I was thinking about my mother and how I ached to hug her. She passed away unexpectedly in March of 2007. Not a day goes by that I don’t think about her. I want to write about her, but it is difficult and, quite frankly, I can’t find the words.