Spark-lers

Please be the happy you seek you feel breathe it in air and SPARK it in will watch be attentive see BEYOND you bring colour to play shout out be still… let quiet… Continue reading

Carrying the Light

It’s coming, sure, sure as the… sun rises? Yes. As sure as that I pray and hope and plug away as clouds move in to stay? pass? linger. Yes. They linger still, trapping… Continue reading

New Day’s Gift

A fall day’s walk in springtime light cools gentle path and raises height   in steps that lift my eyes to see a breezing breath wash over me,   i pause and take… Continue reading

A Ripple Breaks

A ripple stirs upon the vastness it breaks, shimmering flow soothes   undulating towards its far reaching goal, aroused to stroke a stillness,   a lap, tap, and splash beckoned, it rises knowing… Continue reading

This Happy

A dash of Happy, a moment of affection for the world to see.   A pause much-needed to share in pure joy under sparkling sunshine.   To feel something MORE, than despair grief… Continue reading

Awakened

A sparkle, rebirth unfolds in glorious light catching my breath there.   Feathered arrival budding, limp, to rise so grand liberating breeze.   Aware of privilege, to witness the beginning, as morning’s joy… Continue reading

It. Went. Dark.

A week ago TV went black. Our spirits all sunk and went slack. Not even a drink, could rescue from brink, the longing for it to be back. It’s not like we’re slave… Continue reading

Branded

My heart partially broke today. When I began my creatively-inspiring-soul-nurturing-walk along the water path, I came upon a blue X. Then another. And another. Majestic and historic trees that welcomed me on my… Continue reading

A Pause in Whimsy

Cheerful in wonder a brightness of air colour and whimsy a smile to share, sweetness forsaken enchanted delight nodding a message in moment of light.   Paula Antonello Moore, Poetry. Copyright: Wednesday, April… Continue reading

A little “Christmas” in April

Today I listened to White Christmas. It’s not Christmastime. No where near December. But when the song came on my music rotation in the car, in the middle of April (a frosty Canadian… Continue reading