Joy does come in the morning…
God is not watching
No one’s coming for me while I sleep - No need to fear my own reason - Or keep my mind in check - There is no one reading it . . .
Buried in Your Broken Heart
The horrific sins that are perpetrated against the innocent that destroy, corrupt and kill under the guise of religion, god or piety is what inspired this writing... I know it's heavy, but I believe the subject to be universal enough to open a path of love to all that can bring healing. Love & peace...... Continue Reading →
A couple of haikus to celebrate the simple beauty of today and the love you are able to feel in your heart. XOXO Sandy Starlight paints her eyes Ribbons of gold in her hair Love is everywhere * * * * * Starlight paints your eyes Lips like roses tastes like wine Love is... Continue Reading →
Click on the audio link for spoken word poetry with Sandy. RaccOOn eYES I don’t know whether to miss you or let you go you can be so damn cold words confess your love its what our hearts seem to know but time and distance creep in and the doubt begins to grow when... Continue Reading →
The World Has Gone Mad
“Let’s always BE LOVE to each other, no matter what happens” ~ me The world has gone mad pain is every where you look let’s always be love This long weekend was quiet for me, contemplative, introspective, wondering, musing....filling up that creative part that sometimes gets empty. The result? Just more awareness and brevity! As... Continue Reading →
Ramblings on the Fight
Life is weird, funny haha, strange, challenging, beautiful, painful, hard. Recently I had a talk with my life coach, Dr K, and I made the statement “life was unfolding beautifully”. He then asked me, “...what is life when it is not beautiful?”. Hummm. I answered “...it is life!” Dr K: “Is it a different life... Continue Reading →
They were Mixfits
What about two hearts that merge through a unique connection that defies convention? These are mixfits....
Your Laughter – a Poem by Pablo Neruda
Your Laughter Take bread away from me, if you wish, take air away, but do not take from me your laughter. Do not take away the rose, the lance flower that you pluck, the water that suddenly bursts forth in joy, the sudden wave of silver born in you. My struggle is harsh and I... Continue Reading →
I woke up smelling your hair this morning My fingers were tangled In your long tussled locks The scent of Lavender And heat of your remembered breath Consume my senses Can we do it again? © Sandy Hibbard
Click on the audio link below for the spoken word poetry by Sandy. Recollections Midnight lights dimmed across the eclectic apartment filled with colorful objects unnecessary things square pictures 4 by 4 line the edges of her mirrored door . . . framing her stories but his image is not there the... Continue Reading →
Here is a piece I wrote recently NOT under the influence of drugs or alcohol, but under the spell of the letter "M" and dreams, the crazy, insane world that can live in only our own heads. Think a little MacBeth or Shakespeare when you read or listen to this and try to find your... Continue Reading →
Costumes, Candor, Glitter and Glamour
Costumes, Candor, Glitter and Glamour I want to live amidst the bustle where diversity teems together without hate sweet treats and ginger snacks at your fingertips I can hear the cargo horn as the bell train whistles while the ferry boat leaves in its wake blue waves streaming shortening the distance between us ... Continue Reading →
To No End
"Emotions are too raw to let me lie.... this is what I want" Click the audio link to hear the spoken word: TO NO END Oh don’t get me wrong I do love you I want to share life The little time that I have I want that to belong to you There is no... Continue Reading →
Happy Valentine's Day Lovies! Sometimes when I am writing, I think that if I could speak my poetry or prose, it might bring a deeper meaning to the reader/listener. So, with this special Valentine's Day post I decided to include a recording of me reciting the poem. I hope you enjoy! Today was a thoughtful... Continue Reading →
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