By CHERI ROBERTS Our father had a way with words he’d craft his thoughts with care. His stories told, both new and old, were meant for us to share. Rhyming … Continue reading
A baby’s breath, but a whisper of life a reminder of where we start so we know wherever we go it is the direction we choose or chose or … Continue reading
An original Cheri Speak #MMM for Monday, January 11, 2016 with poem written by Cheri’s father, Farris Williams.
Stars seen by night against the sky, like promises, can sometimes die, But those that twinkle in our eye shine bright for all who pass us by. A wish or dream needs no clear sight, our hearts will shed the starry … Continue reading
I dove the depths and deeper still I held my breath, I knew the drill My day would come I knew, but still Was like a fish without a gill. With leaden lungs … Continue reading
I published an EBook and today it went live on Amazon Kindle. I hope that some of my readers check it out. I look forward to the feedback. Fair warning, it is an … Continue reading
I lay in ruins eyes bowed to you like a God. My God, what did I do? My hand outstretched through lifeless air. Breathless hope I hold beneath your stare. Will you … Continue reading
An argument that no one won, when all was said, we still weren’t done. Wounded words that bite and sting, we’re flailing now with broken wing. Time can heal or so it’s … Continue reading
My eyes, a prisoner of my promise to you Cannot convey the wonder and mystery the intensity of which I am certain you too are feeling. My hands, a prisoner … Continue reading
Tenuous threads across miles and years holding too tight to the laughter and tears. Each memory each moment of ours are fragile bits held together by stars.