Pandemic Poetry

Covid-19 It seemed so far away almost untrue, Will it get nearer, when will it affect you? Infectious by nature, infectious by name, Human population all thinking the same. A shift in energy for better or for worse? Media have portrayed it as if it’s a curse. With a fever and cough just like a … Continue reading Pandemic Poetry

Love, Loathing, and Flat-Packed Furniture

Dear Long Lost Ex-Høsbånd, I find myself today at IKEA. There are many options out there for low-cost home goods, but somehow I always end up here. Something to do with the meatballs. . Hey — remember the home we used to share? The centrally-located 2.5 room Altbau where you continue to live, but without … Continue reading Love, Loathing, and Flat-Packed Furniture

Meet Me In The Shimmer

Meet me in the shimmer between the sky and the sea, dance with me in the waves and sing the tide to me. . Let us plait our curls together into vines to surround our souls, let me trace your entrancing footsteps and show me the wisdom you know. . To see your smile forever, … Continue reading Meet Me In The Shimmer

Polaris and the Traveler

Polaris Oh my dear Polaris How I seek you In the noise of the lurid lights You elude me Seldom the dawn's devious whisper Gifts me your glow You play hide and seek In the dark cotton fields The sailors wait impatiently As the tidal winds blow The meteors race around In their yearly absurd … Continue reading Polaris and the Traveler

expectations.

a mindful poetic expression of the untangling of our mental processes, and how questioning our expectations can lead to true happiness.

Ciara Sherlock

The leaves begin to fall again, This time everything is different, Rain carries the same feelings,  But now they are more distant Fruit falls from the trees, Planting new life for next year, The soil will be nourished again, As old life goes, new life does appear Old wounds mend as new lessons unfold, Time, … Continue reading Ciara Sherlock

See your glass.

From an early age we are told that there are two types of people in this world. Those who see their glass as half full and those who see it as half empty. Many of us strive to be the person who sees their glass as half full. We want to be a positive person. … Continue reading See your glass.

Laura Karimloo

The forest is as invigorating as the mountains empowering. But to be with the ocean, is the greatest healer. To sit and watch the dance of the sea; deep, elemental and free. Is it the breathtaking openness? Or the awe of the boundless power. The yawn of the ocean as it opens its mouth to … Continue reading Laura Karimloo

Tides

a creative expression of depression, its trickery of the mind, fooled into the comfortability found within its tides... but what other options are there?