Yes, I believe in Santa. Don’t ask me why? I love his red cheeks, his jolly and heartfelt chuckle, and chubby belly held up by a great big buckle. Although you may think I am a little too old, I still believe in Santa Claus truth be told when it is time for him to appear with his beautiful sleigh and gracious reindeer … Continue reading Do you believe in Santa, Grandma?
Let Life find you Let life find you. To work its miracles As you learn to grow A kind and fine heart So that others feel joy in living. Let life find you Living the life A life that is squeezable Like a ripe orange Fresh and juicy providing pure energy. Let life find you looking at yourself In the mirror see … Continue reading Let life find you
Some would call her a little slow; others never labeled her but just accepted her “as is”. Today I discover we are all wrong. I found that in her heart lives a song to be played and registered as an opus announcing an intelligence unknown to us the ones who know it all. Her insight blinded by our failure to see the truth hidden in her gentle soul. From her … Continue reading Gentle Intelligence
Photo by Melba Christie Still in the desert … Continue reading Haiku #24
An angel appears so does a miracle Happy mums blossom Melba Christie Related articles Essential reading for those who love haiku (japantimes.co.jp) Continue reading Haiku # 12