I find that as I enter the hibernation period, I often stock up on words. Words that reflect the little light that is left as the twilight of the year arrives. Verses that remind me there is delight in dormancy and breadth in darkness.
I remember the moment I realized that I loved my girlfriend, now wife, like it was yesterday. I didn’t date much in high school and college. Talk to my therapist if you want to know about all of my issues, but I was insecure. I grew up in a home that didn’t express a lot of emotion. The moment ...
I am married, and yet I am not living within the defined laws of it. For me, the most important part of our bond is our freedom and allowing each other to find the meaning of that freedom. It has worked out very well for us so far. There may be a day when it will stop working out, but who knows?
There is change coming, sacrifice that needs to be made. This is not new, it’s been happening all year, but it’s not done. And it hasn’t demanded this much from you yet, so be ready.
Choose the things that make your skin tingle, that scare you half to death, that no one else would or could ever dream of.
To take a lover in the Fall, When the sunlight slants golden Is ideal. Tumbling softly, slowly Floating and falling with the leaves And landing in heap. Autumnal in hue and flavor. Persimmon. Pomegranate. Pear. Crimson kisses on bare limbs. To take a lover in the Fall, ...