The Other Side of the Fence

In the woods behind my childhood home, a familiar path led through the trees and over the creek. Around the bend and up the hill, to a wooden fence raised over my head; This boundary created space between the invited and the rejected. On the other side of the fence was a swimming pool, filled … Continue reading The Other Side of the Fence

[S]easonal [A]ffective [D]isorder

there's a few things i'll always remember like the uncomfortable quiet of november and the way happy chases the ever after like a kite without anchor in a natural disaster all contacts deleted like a chorus repeated advice gone unheeded, and the champion defeated there's a few things i'll always remember like the frozen burn … Continue reading [S]easonal [A]ffective [D]isorder

a bridge restored

like a garden that was oncebeautiful and cared formy heart has been neglectedthirsty and nostalgicfor the Creator's grace to tend to these weeds that have choked the blossom,rooted in a tangible blur of concrete confusion whatever happened to the bible baptist academy?[a one-room school house in montague, michigan]whatever happened to building forts in the woods with the neighborhood … Continue reading a bridge restored