Deceit Photo by Ewelina Karezona Karbowiak @

Deceit: A Piece of Poetry

Deceit runs deep No end in sight Past unlocked Emotional armor lifted Past washing in  Unprotected from the stain Caught unready by this blow  Photo by Ewelina Karezona Karbowiak @

Knife Photo by Lotte Meijer @

Knife: A Piece of Poetry

Words cut like a knife  So far away,  so close Innocence is lost My trust in you gone  Physical Signs gone But that scar lingers on I wanted to run Help didn’t come That pretty little Picture Hides how ugly it was

Intimate Photo by Joe deSousa @

Intimate: A Piece of Poetry

Intimate to no end Your body my canvas A work of art Pushing me to the brink Never felt like this before So many  Irresistible first’s Brought to the peak of desire  Photo by Joe deSousa @ 

Trying Photo by Joe Beck @

Trying: A Piece of Poetry

Trying to find who I am While still incomplete Fear grips these thoughts What shall I loose What shall I gain Waking up from a long slumber Becoming what I want My world no longer asleep

Excitement Photo by Julia Caesar @

Excitement: A Piece of Poetry

Excitement Builds Witness to the unknown Who could of foretold Events to come Photo by Julia Caesar @

Just Don't Care Photo by Brooke Cagle @

Just Don’t Care

Why did I call this just don’t care?  Because I believe that there are  so many people out there that may be like I used to be that care way too much what other people think about them.  For years I have looked to what other people think about me to find my self worth. Read More

Photo by Christopher Campbell @

Drowning : A Piece of Poetry

Treading Water in the night Futile attempt for air Drowning in the fight   Photo by Christopher Campbell @

Wild and Free Photo by Ryan Moreno @

Wild and Free: A Piece of Poetry

Run wild and free Stopping at no boundaries Strong and Courageous You can’t stop me I am wild and free Wild and Free Photo by Ryan Moreno @


How She Chose Me

It happened shortly after the new year, my life was at a very rough patch and I was in the process of clawing my way back to happiness. To give some perspective here is the short run down:  Just before Christmas my Husband and I learned that we were expecting our first little bundle of joy. Read More