Monthly Archives: August 2011

Changes

At first there was anguish, pain, darkness…despair. At some point the fog thinned out, thoughts could form, ideas, themes. In time I found me wandering in the fog, but it was a new me, a different me. When you suffer … Continue reading

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Precious Little Moments

There was a compassionate friends meeting recently where the planned topic of conversation was missed milestones and how to deal with them. One of the things I’ve discovered about myself is I seem to do OK with the milestones. Milestones … Continue reading

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Searching for What’s in My Hand

I’ve been waiting for something. A sign, or a connection, or perhaps an insight, but I’ve been waiting. I’ve been waiting really hard, so hard that I’ve lost focus on my connections here and now. Let me explain. The day … Continue reading

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Seasons Pass

A warm autumn descends into winter and the chill matches my mood. As harsh a winter as we’ve ever had feels right while I sit here and brood. The winter chill holds on late into spring fighting to release its … Continue reading

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Love & Pain

If you have the capacity to love, you have the capacity to hurt. They are but two different sides of the same coin. Many who have suffered a painful loss, especially those who are young when the loss occurs, sometimes … Continue reading

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Vacation

We just got back from a week up in North Conway (well Bartlett to be precise) so I thought I’d check in since I haven’t posted anything for a week or so. For the last 3 or 4 years Kev … Continue reading

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Cry

I want to cry. Really, I want to….but I can’t. I have good reason to cry, but I can’t let it go. Years of conditioning… don’t show weakness. When the tears start to come I bite my lip. I empty … Continue reading

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