Tag Archives: Happiness

A Gift

Bury the sublime
The unparalleled emotion
Of soaring freedom
All but ephemeral
In its addictive sweetness
Bury it deep
So as not to dwell
On what is no longer
Where it can be kept safe
Indebted to the universe
Our paths crossed
I can savour the all consuming joy
In a heartbeat
The connection never ceases
I soar in the sublime.

Let’s Go Home

Conversations of the other shoppers
ebb away
I notice
your long sleek black hair
falling over your tanned bare shoulders,
your hands
pressed against the cold glass refrigerator door
bearing the weight of your day,
your eyes searching
for more than just your favourite wine
for release, peace.
catch my reflection in the glass
transfixed by your prostrated body,
you know that look
of rising desire
and heat,
you no longer want wine
but sweet release
I walk toward you with clear intent
assured you are waiting,
“Let’s go home”

Listen to the joy

Out of nowhere
The squeal of a little one
Pure happiness
New to the world
Sights, smells, workings
Communicating with the universe
Without words
Through voice
It makes me smile
From the inside out
My day has just been filled
With love



New beginnings

and old fanatics
A whirlwind for the senses
You know you’re alive
One holds excitement
and promise
The other resentment
and stasis
Never allowing
to move and regenerate
It becomes easier
to let the past be
To fold in upon itself
until nothing more exists
But the new
demands attention and rightly so
Life in full animation
tastes so sweet







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