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L Words

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Look before you leap has always been sound advice but they never tell you what to look for or for how long. I think I have stared long enough to know that I can skip the leaping and go right into soaring.

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Zapped

Internalism

Gone are the days of Cupid and his arrow. He now uses a taser gun to bring you to your knees, leaving you quivering in a pool of mushiness. A thump on the heart would have sufficed but would not have been half as exciting.

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Close Enough

Internalism

I wish I could melt into you like a drop of water gets lost in a puddle and often wonder if there is enough room in your skin for two. I suppose we’ll have to settle for being appendages.

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Got A Light

Internalism

Never stop dreaming about the person who can ignite your soul. It’s that very faith that fuels the ability to receive the spark when you least expect it.

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Fine Tune

Internalism

When I envision you… you are the perfect sound accompanied by the most awesome light. To draw you would require a tuning fork and an exploding star. Since I have neither, I will have to settle for pictures of you that pale in comparison.

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Inside Out

Internalism

I choose my donuts based on the filling. I finally learned to apply that process to companionship and found that the good ones come with sprinkles.

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Cotton Candy

Internalism

How do I tell you about you? You’re like swirling a chocolate bar in a cotton candy machine while laughing with tears falling down my cheeks. I wish it all didn’t melt so easily.

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Thump

Internalism

I can see for miles but as the fog creeps closer, you are but a shadow and my heart grows damp. Thump splat.

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Tune Up

Tune Up

Engrossed in plans with you, I conceive our lives together in moments. Should I check the brake pads on my brain or heart.

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Unspoken

Internalism

It’s a good thing you can’t hear my inner voice as it screams “I love you” over and over. There’s only so much crazy one can handle before the earplugs come out.

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