Her flowers always bloom with colour where mine wilt-brown and fade. Her thumb is green, alright. She knows just the right light, angled perfectly by the compass, to allow the buds to bloom beautiful shades of vibrant colours. I can … Continue reading
The other day, a little lady bug came out to play she stuck around not touching ground till she found the skull
Go! Get your heart on, what ya waiting for?
“I never knew love so strong until I met you.” A.J 2012 It was two years before I could make it back to my home country. Two years of wishing, and needing your little hearts and hands around my body. Surprises … Continue reading
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Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not. ~Dr. Seuss History will judge us on how we respond to the AIDS emergency in Africa … whether we stood around with watering … Continue reading
Fourteen years ago She sailed away. New found land In her Canadian way. Cities, outbacks and dingoes called. Oceans, islands and ships too tall. Blues, hues in journeys grasp. Anchors and tides, Her adventures rasp. Fourteen years ago She sailed … Continue reading
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The Original Sardinian Roots Rockers – TRAIN TO ROOTS established themselves in 2004 and have played large festivals all over Sardegna, Germany, Spain and Italy. Their live performances are exhilarating and heart pounding, their strength comes from their underlying knowledge … Continue reading
The new cd arrived. Finally. I ordered it on Januray 20th, 2011 and it arrived last monday. That’s three months land travel for her to finally come knocking on my door. Florence + the Machine. LUNGS is blowing my effin mind. Her lyrics … Continue reading
Morals and values stripped aside, in your corner trying to hide. Through that gape in your heart that you left for me. You are higher than a kite, and sick of the fight. Words go round and round. There is … Continue reading