Walls Down, Heart Open

  In 2009 I wrote the following poem about a dear friend of mine and her tendency to hold everyone at a distance, even when she was desperately hurting and needing the love of others. From Walls to Curtains Those walls of yours so thick, so high Built slowly through the years. They block you… Continue reading

From Walls to Curtains

Those walls of yours so thick, so highBuilt slowly through the years. They block you in and block me outProtecting you from all you fear. Who were the builders of those walls of yours,made of pain and loss? The stories some have been told to meIn times of simple sharing. You were given to me… Continue reading

Sipping at Poison

I’ve been here before. I recognize the door. I know what’s on the other side. My heart beats with desire. What can it hurt, just to take a peak? I’ll close it quickly right after. But the lure is strong my heart pounds faster This time is different it won’t be the same. Lies are… Continue reading