Focus on Colour

Life’s mountaina rough climbbody fails to adjustfocused as we areon destination Sights a sepia blurhere approaching summitscree presents new danger I vote we pause awhileappreciate our labourbreathe in colour for once. (Art mine)

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Tribulations

Originally posted on One Woman's Quest II:
Preoccupation with my own woes blinded me to my husband’s suffering, which culminated in a heart attack on Saturday night.  We are shell-shocked. “That’s what happens to caregivers,” a callous nurse commented.  Am I supposed to feel guilty? Unable to either drive myself, or push my own…

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A Sister’s Sin

Patience does not apply in a family lacking ease, nor is loyalty gifted… my sister – a fiery red corvette fuelled by hate would slaughter kin lived for the fight, gleaned energy from sinful behaviours despite hard-work, tasted power in attracting meat – a fleshy cow – processed sweethearts with abandonment, hardly caring, despised public […]

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Reform Called For

Placed without consultation in an undesirable position – certainly didn’t ask for this – I am decidedly displeased. Princess tendencies expected pampered outcomes – exalted deployment – hypochondriacal drama despises responsibility. Lack of working boundaries merits complaints, too many unknowns counterproductive, yet I will forge ahead, accept. Cross-purposes: reckless regard for what’s important, and a […]

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