Footprints In the Sand

Posted by on 5.27.15 in Poetry

A poem of salvation, assurance and faith That is buried deep in the sand a set of footprints Told of endless story of courage and faith Being carried across this land with knowledge of hope and kindness He carried a heavy weight for me through trials and suffering Lifting my bruised and bloody feet Into […]

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Leaving a Soldier Behind…

Posted by on 5.27.15 in Short Story

I remember his voice, his soft touch, and the way he use to smile. I can’t believe it has been a year since he has passed. The pain and agony I feel, I try to silence it out. He was a man of strength, adversity, honor, courage, and integrity. He wasn’t just a part of […]

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Anisa African Queen

Posted by on 5.27.15 in Short Story

As the velvet night sky grew dark with the moon glistening over the dark blue ocean you can hear nothing but the quietness and stillness of all forms of life sleeping in country of Algeria.  Anisa was born to a family of farmers and warriors in a small village in the South of the country.  […]

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Pink and White Diamond Three Stone Ring

Posted by on 3.21.15 in Poetry

I found a flawless pink and white diamond three stone ring today. Tossed directly and carelessly beneath the elegant lounge Now missing from my from my ring finger, How often I wept over that precious slender ring Occasionally this brings to my mind my very special valentine Like no one else in all this world […]

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Dear Grandma

Posted by on 12.6.14 in Poetry

The love we’ve share for you will never end Your smile brings us happiness and joy within Your sweet sounding voice is always near We love to hear your voice and hear you call for our names Grandma you’re sweet and kind with a gentle soul She opens her heart with a heavenly smile and […]

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