We are one—you and I After all, Together we suffer, Together we exist And forever We will Recreate each other. Pierre de Chardin Behold, how good and pleasant it is when brothers dwell in unity! (Psalm 133:1)

Born Anew

It is barely seen, My resurrection fern, Laying dormant, asleep, The life force hidden deep. Until graced with rain, It comes alive again. Rising in the morn, Like a soul reborn. . . .for you have been born again not of seed which is perishable but imperishable, that is, through the living and enduring word…

Heart Wings

Promises made to my winged heart: I promise to: value and honor my lessons learned, be mindful about what to let go and what to let in, look for the joy in the little everyday things, grow my groundswell of gratitude, re-charge my heart-light with compassion for others, and to soar each day, raised up…


Remember when we laid in the grass To watch the clouds slowly pass. They rolled and billowed aimlessly And took on forms of what might be. Wasn’t that just yesterday When fantasies were child’s play? Time, the trickster will have us say How quickly it all gets away. But here is my confusion— Time is…


Remember that night, The first time you saw flying light? Your mind swelled with wonder While held under Their spell.


June pulsates with youth, And once a year we can join in the dance.


In praise . . . Enjoy the recording . . . I’d heard there was a secret chordThat David played and it pleased the Lord . . .

Softly Humming

This is dedicated to Carol Beyer, who cheers the world humming her sweet melodies. Ode to Humming Wordless singing, my quiet humming, First one note and then becoming Tunes that carry internal grins Releasing healthy endorphins. Imagine if my notes are heard Around the world. So absurd? Emitting tunes, tho’ small endeavors, Sends good energy,…

Small Miracles

Everyday and everywhere, Against all odds and anywhere, Even in the brokenness Love can bloom amid the cracks.


Let go, Be still. Find clarity In Thy holy will.