We can see paradise We can see poverty. They live in the same place paradise and poverty. They are neighbours. They are related. They cannot exist without each other. We can feel happiness. We can feel sadness. They live in the same body happy and sad. They are connected. They are family. One wouldContinue reading “YOU CANNOT SEPARATE EVERYTHING”


  I’m chasing  beaches broken  slipping in between sands sinking  feet in search of footing firm contemplating connections between the sand and sea as if to find reflections  between the land and me. I’m chasing  beaches broken  slipping in between sands sinking watching tides through time trickle dividing and subtracting what’s lost and left toContinue reading “BEACHES BROKEN”


  I’m flying though time, drawing on daylight to the west of me while in the east darkness descends, the light already shadow, the sun already set but here, by the heavens, there is only more and more light, a day without dusk, a journey without ending yet I am not ageless. I’m flying throughContinue reading “CHASING THE DAWN”


We walk on soothing sands in far flung foreign lands that sweep seductions  over sky and sea, we see, in loving hands, golden wedding bands, no tighter knot any sailor ever made, we walk on beaches of borders blue, better blues than any blue has ever been, a better bond than any eyes have ever seen,Continue reading “PAIRED IN PARADISE”


Turks and Caicos Islands, Caribbean Paradise… Planning, preparing, passports, departing, tempests, delays, more in light movies, more gin and tonics, detours, Paris- Miami- Charlotte (North Carolina- I now know where that is)-Providenciales, Turks and Caicos, airports, arrivals, heat, humidity, heaven, hotels, typical storms, floods, best friends, new friends, beautiful people, wedding, tears, laughter, dancing, drinking,Continue reading “PICTURING PARADISE”


  I am touched and thrilled to have been nominated for the Liebster Award by fellow Paris lover, the lovely Alison Pierman (even if she herself compared it to a pyramid scheme/chain letter). I’m not fussy and have little time for shame, I’ll take any and every award going.  So, Alison, thank you very muchContinue reading “LIEBSTER AWARD”

“Agave” on poems2go — O at the Edges

Still Sharing on Sunday… I’m sure you all know and love the works of Robert Okaji by now from O at the Edges but I just read this and felt compelled to share the link to it, just in case any of you missed it… My poem “Agave” is one of five featured this monthContinue reading ““Agave” on poems2go — O at the Edges”

Along the River- Gathering Stones Strung on Threads

Sharing Sunday continues… This is a beautiful piece I came across on my blog wanderings today from the painter of words Peter Notehelfer… In the sandstone cliffs a thousand dug`out caves no larger than a grown man’s fist and from the swirling mass of birds each pair finds that of their own bearing some smallContinue reading “Along the River- Gathering Stones Strung on Threads”

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