MY SEASON… a poem

To be young, lush, and full of life again.

To be the canopy.

To be seen strong and vibrant.

To feel the gentle tickle of the morning dew

And delight in the afternoon rain.

To sway in the winds and capture the sun’s rays.

Oh, but first I become naked and vulnerable

As I embark on this harsh, cold season of my life.

Then, when the stars have shone and Mother Earth

Has eclipsed old Sol

I will again rise to glory.

Come Spring…

Come Spring…

brown wooden bench beside tree


timelapse photo of starry sky

The race is on

Around and around

Sometimes up

Sometimes down

Chasing and dodging

To reach the end

Only to end up

Starting again

When will this merry-go-round

Finally stop

To let me off

To be on top

Like looking at mirrors

Opposed on the walls

Reflections keep going

Infinity calls

I feel like a dog

Chasing his tail

But, I’ll never give up

No, I’ll never fail

Sooner or later

I’ll come to the end

Only to start

All over again


WRATH… a dark poem

I lost my way

I lost my mind

Where could it be

I’m out of time

Had I only known

I would have done better

But, now I’m alone

Out in the weather

Storms are pounding

Inside my head

Lightning strikes

I should be dead

Desolation, despair

My companion now

Wounds on my skin

Lost is my Tao

A warning to those

Upon the wrong path

Turn quickly – go home

Or suffer the wrath

brown grass field towards trees


Thank you my dear friend, Stu, at Something to Stu Over, for nominating me for this cool, new award. Please check out Stu’s blog for inspirational quotes and from the heart posts.

Elisha over at Africa Boy created this cool award entitled The Future Goals Award.

Here are the guidelines:

Pingback to the creator, Elisha at Africa Boy

Use the same Graphic as your nominee did (as seen above).

Share five goals for your blog.

Share five goals for your life.

Nominate at least five people.

Goals are very important in life! Without goals we become complacent and unproductive. And often that leads one to feel unaccomplished in life.

So set goals and strive to meet them with integrity!

My 5 goals for What Words May Come:

  1. Bring a smile, tear or other emotion to the reader in a personal/heartfelt way.
  2. Develop and grow a group of followers to increase the blog’s footprint.
  3. Become a recognizable “brand” with my blog name.
  4. Give inspiration to those who read my blog.
  5. Extend and expand new friendships around the world.

My 5 personal goals:

  1. Continue to develop my writing skills with lots of diversity.
  2. Publish more books.
  3. Find a music collaborator to turn my song lyrics into recorded songs.
  4. Continue to grow in my Christian walk alongside my precious wife.
  5. Not be afraid to make a drastic change in my life and find the happiness God intends for me and my wife.

My Nominees/Tags:

H.R.R. Gorman

Southern Writer

Jerry Brotherton



As always… I hope you have the time and want to participate, but please know if you cannot or don’t care to it is perfectly fine. Kev