Blogs I Follow
- Let's Queer Things Up!
- CRAFTING A RULE OF LIFE
- The Value of Sparrows
- The RCAH Center for Poetry at MSU
- Nancy Kilgore
- Ember Murray
- The Writerly Way
- Companions on an Ancient Path
- Radical Copyeditor
- Becoming Cliche
- Stephanie Land
- Erica Goss
- Yuki Teikei Haiku Society
- Prune Juice : Journal of Senryu, Kyoka, Haibun, & Haiga
- GOOD UNIVERSE NEXT DOOR
- Believer's Brain
- Healing Words
- Tall Poppy Writers
- Follow Finding Our Voices Together on WordPress.com
NaBloPoMo November 2015
You don’t just think about bad things.
You ignore all the wires and paraphernalia
And focus on the part of your loved one
Still present in the midst of all the pain.
You don’t worry about the anger and division
All you can think is how much time is left?
You wish your mom could do all the things she used to do
To comfort you. Now you have to comfort her.
The relationship is more pure and loving
Than it has been since you were a newborn.
No anger could escape so much love.