TWITL – week forty-two – the answer

I dare you to break your resolve to silence the pact you made with your heart I dare you to confess the ambition that drives you the whispers haunting the dreams you won’t share I dare you to fall before I do captured by the laughter shining in my eyes As November looms ahead, my…

TWITL – week forty-one – end of the break

if I could stay here with you watch the stars shine in our view whisper dreams into the night drift to sleep holding you tight I’d count my blessings one and true grateful to savor this time with you Sully on Blindspot The last hours of fall break are upon us. Alas! I enjoyed the…

TWITL – week forty – fall break

the whisper of the chill fleeting for the moment the longing for the cold seemingly so out of reach the silent plea for rest willing to touch the darkness can’t we fall just a little bit linger somewhere in between just enough to want again the solace of warm light Tyler’s guitar Out here in…

TWITL – week thirty-nine

the something sweet of your lips temptation or promise either way points to bliss the something warm of your embrace forever or just for now either way makes my heart race the something soft in your whisper the simple truth or honey lies either way makes the world a blur am I lost or merely…

TWITL – week thirty-eight

wearing that guitar pick WRITING “The Arrangement” – I’m near the end of the story and for some reason I’m slowing down on it. Is it because I don’t want it to end? Maybe so. Not sure if I kept the tension in the story long enough. I suppose I’ll have to re-read it and…

TWITL – week thirty-five

it’s almost time to say the words to give this heart its proper due it’s almost time to take your hand to whisper love you know is true it’s almost time to hold you close to face the world on this crazy spin it’s almost time to just let go to trust your heart is…

TWITL – week thirty-four – why do I write?

Sometimes, when I’m in the midst of writing a story, I stop and think, “Why am I writing this? Who’s going to read this? Will they like it if I let them read it? Will I let anyone read this? WHY WHY WHY do I do this?!” I don’t get paid to write. Most of…