you will remember

One day you will see,

and understand

It was always the plan.

Before you saw

Before you heard

Before you even understood

You knew the voice

You knew the burden

You accepted the choice

You expected the voice

Yet you forgot

When you were born.


It was always the plan,

you said you world learn

Have you?

One day you will see,

more than understand

You will remember



It is coming,

I feel it

Let it come,

I care not

I’ll let it

take me away

I’ll go

I’m ready


As I wait

the mysteries contemplate

Light is revealed

With it’s final breath

They must know

That I fought


Until today

When I knew


I am ready

to go

I am tired

I know

The voices

they will say

I failed

Let them think it

I care not

I’m free

Giving Thanks

“Thanksgiving Day comes, by statute, once a year; to the honest man it comes as frequently as the heart of gratitude will allow.”

~ Edward Sandford Martin

Thanksgiving is upon us… marking the beginning of another holiday season. The holidays are a great opportunity for sharing love and being with friends and family… It is a time of happiness and reflection. Memories and tradition…

So here we are this year, on the brink of holiday frenzy and abundance… please remember there are those who have little to nothing to be thankful for… there are those who simply are… So now I ask all my friends and family to simply Be… Remember charity and lend a helping hand to your neighbor… simply ask and listen for we are all in need of something…

I have been a supporter of the WFP for the past couple of years… I believe in their mission… I encourage all to think about a charity, one which matters to their soul, and join their community as a supporter… Take the first step…



One Weeks Food Around The World

This photographic journey around the world was a feature in Time magazine… the first reaction I had was wonder

“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.”

~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy

This Thanksgiving Day, let’s remember what we truly have to be thankful for. Let’s take a good, hard look around us and realize that while we may not have everything we want, what we want is not always what we need…

“Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others.”

~ Cicero

Thank you all and have a happy thanksgiving…

Lots of Love


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World Food Programme

Can you hear them?

How could one understand my words? Make sense of the ramblings which flood my head and spill onto these pages in chaos. They are everywhere, connections, fragments, meaningless words which form songs which sing in tunes and harmonies that I choose to ignore. Until the sounds become to loud.


Here they are flowing as a river. Not raging, nor tranquil. They are littered.

Here they sing as a breeze. Not gentle, nor harsh. They simply drift, and still they make no matter, no matter how I choose to ignore, or create, they are and always will be here. A blessing, which I shun, and with that is my punishment.



I know.

How can one understand my words? I guess they make sense to me.

Can you hear them?


One month more

that would leave another year

 of more memories

 and less fears

they said it would heal

they did not lie

but healing is not comforting

or filling

the void is still inside

Invisible ink

All these empty words






Only promised to yourself.

Talking, smiling, insisting, lying

Who do you think you’re fooling?






I am you

So keep smiling

And talking your empty words

While the pages are left blank

Or is it invisible ink?

it is