Tag Archive: friendship

Let there Be…

Oh, let there be lazy and crazy delight The sparkle and chuckle of brightening the night And let you be dazzled, not frazzled in joy, The kind that winds up like an ol’… Continue reading

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

At Life’s Farewell

Under a bright sun with joyful music, I said goodbye to a friend.   A peace settled there, unexpected calm balanced grief with a light heart.   A Life’s Farewell will raise moments… Continue reading

Comradery

…in moments here a quest in thought to be, reveal in comfort… as light fades now and laughter ignites a toast to all and bonds entwine ever stronger, bliss.   Paula Antonello Moore,… Continue reading

Unwanted Passing

A perk of light above the fray in gentle nudge in coaxing hand a living peace an ICON shines minded in a hopeful path forward guiding spirit shared freely and yet now has… Continue reading

Life’s Weight

As she wanders In this place, Darkness sits Upon her face. Nothing makes Emotions light, Ever shaded By the night. Hard to break That shell of hers, Or brighten up, No nothing spurs An… Continue reading

Hug’s Reach

Clocking all the hours Face takes shape in the darkness Will sleep ever come Desperate need to connect Forever is shaken here Turtle steps on ground How do I do it Can not speak eloquently Presence… Continue reading

SLICED

  Sliced through anguish rips heart the minutes shatter and freeze numb still a new year comes calendar date carved in pain. Paula Antonello Moore, Poetry. Copyright: Friday, January 8, 2016. Dedicated to A.DelR. Photo Credit:… Continue reading

The Carpenter Who Brought Candy

Hello Friends: Here is yet another re-post during chapter revisions. I hope you enjoy it…..Paula During the summer I turned 10, my neighbours next door renovated their house. There were contractors, plumbers, painters… Continue reading

Back from the Dead

There he stood near death, a mere shell of his former self. “Come on Buddy, not yet!” I said with conviction, “You have so much left to live for.” He didn’t respond. He… Continue reading