A Stunning Prose piece, Recurring Dreams Of a Happy Child

Of Water and other Dreamy Things I  had the BIGGEST IMAGINATION when I was a child. One recurring dream I had was that our house was full of water and I could swim all around in it like a big aquarium. Now, I am sure there are all kinds of interpretations of this, but for … Continue reading A Stunning Prose piece, Recurring Dreams Of a Happy Child

A poem Inspired by the Green Lacewing – Your garden Helper!!

Green Lacewings are a delicate insect with intricate lacy veining on their wings. You may have never noticed them before. If you see them, be happy! They are a very beneficial insect to have around your garden because of the garden pests (insects and larvae) that they predate. So munch away at those pests dear … Continue reading A poem Inspired by the Green Lacewing – Your garden Helper!!

Desperately Seeking Oblivion

Desperately Seeking Oblivion He wants to taste it, quick on the tip of his tongue sliding with ease down into his gut... Someone should tell him to stop swallowing it whole. A strange enigma, [oblivion] tasting like nothing, encompassing, delivering, numbness... a capsuled oasis in vast desert to which all will dig and crawl our … Continue reading Desperately Seeking Oblivion

Tomorrows ~ a poem about HOPE, by Christina Ward

This poem is about hope. About reaching into tomorrow and becoming whatever you want to be. It is about connecting with the world around you and truly feeling inspired and blessed by it. What will your tomorrows bring? Will you embrace it? Here is my newest poem: Tomorrows   Here it is. A new year … Continue reading Tomorrows ~ a poem about HOPE, by Christina Ward

Doe Season in Mamma’s Kitchen ~ a poem about my childhood

Doe Season in Mamma's Kitchen   Every week or so Daddy brings home a stiff-legged, russet-colored doe and hangs her by her feet on my swing set. Mamma blinks her eyes away and silently wipes down the aged green countertops with a dilapidated kitchen sponge. He is careful with the knife in the afternoon sun, … Continue reading Doe Season in Mamma’s Kitchen ~ a poem about my childhood

No Return, A Heartbreaking Poem about the Soldiers of the USS Indianapolis

No Return Suspended, rafts drift with blood and oil they spread on their gaping faces. Dorsal fins flashing, stirring like soup spoons. Death waits below, saucer-eyed, evolved. Dog tags slink down the esophagus of the sea, silver coins shimmer then vanish. Faces toward Son, they that remain uneaten claw themselves, beg to be found. I … Continue reading No Return, A Heartbreaking Poem about the Soldiers of the USS Indianapolis

Cornucopian Dream ~ a poem for my fellow Earth lovers

    **Trigger warning, rape reference but only metaphorically speaking     Cornucopian Dream It topples, crumblesinto soils that regretto bear their yield. We burn it, borrow it,bend it and stake it,box it,ship it,buy it,but we cannot make it. We cannot build mindsthat know the end,minds that know no want,minds that know enoughmust surely beenough. … Continue reading Cornucopian Dream ~ a poem for my fellow Earth lovers