TWITL – week twenty-eight – love & movies

Oh no, I’m late with this entry! To be fair, I did post something for Tyler and Sabina because I am SAPPY as hell and I do adore them as separate people and as a couple and I just wanted them to know since I have no idea next time I’ll see them. The post…

TWITL – week twenty-seven – #CuddleMaster

when I close my eyes the dreams begin their magic calling me to you It has been an awesome week off from work. First off all, I was off from work. JOY! This meant waking up when I wanted (mostly) and being even lazier than usual (although I did do lots of laundry). Second, the…

TWITL – week twenty-six

the beat of your heart echoes much too far from me yet I feel its call my work crew I’m off of work for a week! Such a wonderful thing. So far it’s been lazy times but that’s all right, eh? WRITING I am at that pause in my writing. I keep re-reading my unfinished…

TWITL- week twenty-five – hot days, baseball, etc

the answer to a question home at the end of the day promises fulfilled with just a smile a dream come true I am this to you forever waiting in the wings ready to step forward to the next chapter whether it be surrender the certainty calls right to the core the chance you could…

TWITL – week twenty-four

his dreams bring escape in a voice in a touch he doesn’t know why this longing beckons him whispering promises with no one to share his dreams We’re in the midst of triple digit days. We started the week with lovely cool weather but now and for the next few days, we’re supposed to be…

TWITL – week twenty-three – the spin of this dream

the spin of this dream leaves me dizzy with laughter beneath the moonlight Remember when I wrote a poem every day? I did that for about eight and a half years. Yowsa! (I had to look back at my posts.) From 2006 until the middle or so of 2014. Nuts! I wonder if I could…

TWITL – week twenty-two – music & movies

MUSIC LAC 2017 – KAT Country’s Listeners Appreciation Concert was hot musical fun. On the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds in Turlock, country music fans gathered beneath the hot sun and barely there breeze to listen to music from new and favorite artists. It was in the lower 90s but without much shade, a random breeze, and…