Paradigm (1)

She bounded around in the snow
Seemed it was her time to go
The whining, the looking, snorts and so
The smells, circling, looks, eyes of coal
So perfect for me, she‘s outlived her time
This life if is, such a paradigm
Love never ending, four legs and fur
There’s no telling which way it will all go
She’s older, grey snout, those eyes though
Alls good tonight, her life all I’ve been
Runs by me, 3 licks by the wall where I plug her in

Starting to Forget

Starting to Forget (1)

I’m starting to forget
What made you laugh
Why you smiled that way
Your scrunched up faces
Your presence here
I’m starting to forget
When you first smiled back
How nervous I was to ask
Thoughts you secretly shared
How you tried not to cry
Why you went driving
That day
I’m starting to forget
How much I needed you
The light you brought everywhere
How much I miss you
I’m starting to forget
That you’re gone
I’m starting to forget
That it wasn’t always
This way


Return to Me

Return to me
Don’t shy away
Stand by my side
Return to my dreams
Sway in my thoughts
Adorn my smiles
Return to my words
Wrap me in metaphors
Swaddle me in rhyme
Return to our seasons
Spring out as rosebuds
Sprinkle me in rain
Wash away my desert
Bring light back
Return to my life
Desire my presence
Drink in my moods
Drift off in whispers
As we wonder off
Hand in hand