Present Presence 

Present The present is a gift very few unwrap. Lost in what’s gone, or what might come Never truly present. The moment is all there is. All we have. For there is no time Only the mighty power of now. Don’t fret over what can’t be changed Or waste time worrying of bad that might come, unless you want to create what you don’t want. … Continue reading Present Presence 

The Cynical Soliloquist

Lecture Soliloquy: s–lil-–kwz 1: the act of talking to oneself 2: a poem, discourse, or utterance of a character in a drama that has the form of a monologue or gives the illusion of being a series of unspoken reflections.   “Preach it sista!!” But don’t you go lecture me. Her silence, intriguing Broke into sililoquy. Her words chosen, with delicate care And fancy flair Does she dare The … Continue reading The Cynical Soliloquist