A million thoughts run through my head Too many things to do The only thing to do Is to take a walk Meander Be amazed By every detail Then sit And be Soon I just know What to do — About the poem: I took many time management classes. Get your priorities straight was the […]
I stepped You jumped But then you waited Big bulgy eyes Gazing at me Your mouth Not smiling or unsmiling You looked so perfect Under that lily I just had to sit Near you Smiling Gazing at your Big bulgy eyes — About the poem: On Sunday morning, as I drove home from a walk, […]
When I am peaceful, Then I am powerful When I am peaceful, Then I am Love – About the poem: There’s no other way to do good in the world, than to maintain that peaceful feeling in your heart first. Then you can be the superhero of your life and others, with peace as […]
Nowhere to go Nothing to do I’m perfectly happy Just sitting next to you – About the poem: This poem was published in my book, With Open Arms. It’s kind of a mantra for me, to try to bring this unhurried, peacefulness to every encounter. When I succeed, it’s priceless. This photo from Saturday evening […]
The silence calls me Loud and clear Asking me to come By myself To be my Self – About the poem: Spending time in alone in silence has a powerful, healing impact on me. I tend to behave better, and have to apologize less. I feel more in balance and content. I took this […]
Wow, wow! I love now Now that I know how Now is always wow! … Wow, wow How’s your now? If it’s not wow You can learn how Start now! Wow! .. About the poem: I’m just a sayin’, it’s not that hard to enjoy life. 🙂 But, you may not have learned it yet. […]
Can you ask yourself, ‘Hmm, will this make it better?’ …Before you hit me .. About the poem: It’s not okay to hit a kid or anyone. Those who hit were likely hit themselves as kids. How can we be the ones that turn the tide? Anger has no value. The Dalai Lama said it […]
The caterpillar Stops eating, stops crawling, then Spins a quiet hope .. About the poem: It’s not continuing the same busy way of life that brings change. It’s the stopping, the quiet, the hope that things can be different …much different, much better. This is what allows the changes we seek.
When you look at me What do you see? Is my face A happy face? And how does it feel Sitting next to me? Is it A happy place? About the poem: Inner peace is outwardly obvious. I wrote a book about this! Buy it on Amazon and Kindle!
Bumped into you I’m discombobulated Give me just a sec To freshen up — About the poem: In Sahaja meditation I learned about something I’d experienced a lot, but never named. That is, that when we aren’t solid, we tend to pick up negative energy from others. I think of it as having a leak […]