I was with you for a whileevery one of those moments I playback when I think of youwhen my heart is calling out for yours to hearyour skin a shade of an angelhair…I remember its smell tucked close under my chinwhen you smiled the whole world became happyand those eyes they kept exploding my heart […]
Boats sway nestled to portquietly breaking the ocean toward the shoreits laps catch my ear then, I seeI watch as the moorings dripcounting seconds for no reasonhigh over in the charcoaling skychimney smoke rises, strangling the hillsthere…blips of buoy lights reach north and southtomorrow to be a beautiful daythis, a story, a grandfather tale to […]
took a walk-in summer grass picked a blade, made a sound the air was country wild strawberries sweet like lazy cats we lay for hours In the filthy hot, in the no time afternoons sometimes on the highway to anywhere I had never been, now I was away from home, but home In a holiday dusk I remember watching mosquitos dance we hid in quiet as the sun […]
A cold beer ran down my lips, to my chinin a moment I knew would last a lifetimethere was a pool table…balls rackedready for a breaksome girl singing on the radiowe both sang a few of the wordsthose we could rememberall night we competedbest in banter, best in billards, best in brew,butnever best in friendsthat […]
Hey Everyone, It’s National Indigenous Peoples Day here in Canada, and given that I’m 3rd generation myself, I am dedicating today’s entry to my grandmother. She was Mi’kmaw, and a member of the Miawpukek First Nation. I’m currently a voting member of the reservation band council and have been for many years now.