Tag Archives: Grief

The Stones Speak

Day dawned dark with news from afar; Earth, water no longer sacred? Money won—gods of greed and tar. Now civil Read More →

Once Upon a Time

Today I read a story about two men who lost loved ones in the tsunami in Japan a few years Read More →

Love, Peace, Respect

Some days are just strange. This afternoon is one of the weirdest I’ve had in a long time. It has Read More →

Love Never Ends

The sun slowly set across the bay. From my perch on the end of the hurricane-damaged pier I sat alone—utterly Read More →

Dancing in the Fire

“His list was full of things enjoyed in the past yet cut out of his life. While I wasn’t listed, Read More →

Years Pass, Love Remains

Thirty-two years ago my father transitioned from his physical body. He was in his early forties and had been sick Read More →