Invisible Illness

Lets talk about partnership I’d like to let you in on the taboo Your house erupts in flames And spreads around the world Heat wave Work for the mob Just sit at home and practice Call from the loud speaker of the patrol car The entire audience will cry Civic alliance and all The modern…… Continue reading Invisible Illness

Stay

I know I changed. That was the point. I lost myself. Stuck in a rip tide, drowning in the dark. Treading water, gasping for air, grasping for life. And you knew I had a choice. Grab hold of hope or let go of living. You didn’t want me dead. Neither did I. Here I am.…… Continue reading Stay

Hidden

you can’t see me masks make-up mannequin mirror tattoos tell a talismanic tapestry hair color streaks shriek sacrosanct black baggy hoody hint of hoodlum ripped jeans reveal reverent rebel laced up black boots bear barbaric bravery dark eyes long lashes red lipstick ravishing move or I’ll move you a picture of palatial power perfect protection…… Continue reading Hidden

Choices

“Men imagine that the choices before them are theirs to make. But we are free to act only upon what is given. Choice is lost in the maze of generations and each act in that maze is itself an enslavement for it voids every alternate and binds one ever more tightly in to the constraints…… Continue reading Choices

Warrior Child Award

I was gifted the Warrior Child Award by Rayne –  Journey Toward Healing. Rayne has provided me with much appreciated support and encouragement over the last few months. She is also deserving of the same award, showing strength and vulnerability as she works towards healing. Please check out her outstanding blog at: The Journey Toward Healing…… Continue reading Warrior Child Award

Grief

This quote was originally from a NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness) article for families and friends about healing after a loved one has died by suicide. Anyone who experiences death is going to go through a grieving process. For those of us experiencing either mental illness and/or chronic illness, we are most likely aware…… Continue reading Grief