Strangely enough, I'm not on social media a lot and I've not been wanting to interact or engage on it for awhile now. I haven't even been blogging, as of late, and I've had a lot of thoughts. I don't know what it is, if this is a symptom of my reaching 40 next year.…Read more for what the future
Last night, at a dive resort in Dauin, Negros Oriental, I sat around men and women of different nationalities as we watched Donald Trump make a victory speech on CNN. We were all stunned, speechless, and in shock. 2016 has been a trying year, hasn't it? I woke up this morning, as the sun was…Read more the day after
there'll be a fire burning in the temple of our peace there'll be a soaring voice for our silent please -- Soon Love Soon by Vienna Teng I've been rendered inert, practically, by this whole mess. There's been a lot of introspection -- and I found myself feeling so much guilt for having taken my…Read more Soon Love Soon (Vienna Teng)
Changing Skins So, I've been thinking of changing the lay-out for this blog. I've actually been thinking about it as far back as last year -- thinking I would have the time to do it for the start of 2015, but I just didn't have the time. It wasn't a high priority and family was…Read more random musings 3.16.15
each rain drop is a litany of every wish sent up at night, wishing on falling stars and the whispered promises made to the moon the sky gets so heavy it weeps and the children dance and lovers kiss and the flowers bloom listen, we dance and cuddle and bloom to the…Read more Litany
there are no accidental goodbyes the whisper that shakes the earth and parts the ground, drinking the sea as it recedes into the fissure and leaves the world parched, arid broken and irreparable this landscape was once lush and verdurous is now cracked and stark and bare what use is love if…Read more the wealth of their sorrow
The sky broke apart and all the things that we lost we will never get back. All that will return to us are the rays of the morning light.