Though my eyes need glasses to help me see, To take in all of the beauty of the world - They also allow me to see the horrors and pain, The price of hate and violence unfurled. We are so much better than agony and killing. We are human beings, our lives already fleeting… Continue reading My Looking Glass
Month: July 2016
Finding inspiration in everyday things to take home with me, painting what I see on canvas is one of my favorite things to do. And to find that inspiration, it's very important to keep looking up. 🙂 Hope you all have a fantastic weekend and thank you so much for visiting my blog. ❤ Photography… Continue reading Look up!
Through The Darkness
Overjoyed one day, I can’t stop smiling – The next, I can barely stop myself from crying. What path can I take so it can be reconciling? My mind can be great and then – terrifying. The battle that’s been waged for so long now, Only can hold the hope that it’ll one day… Continue reading Through The Darkness
I cry for the world
Beautiful poem by a lovely man expressing his concerns for the future. I think that, in answer to the question he ends this poem with, it is possible to avoid the disaster. Provided that we, collectively as humans, want that change. I do hope that is the case and things get better for future generations.… Continue reading I cry for the world
Passion burns - fire resides Deep, deep inside, This is what I need My heart concedes. Dreams ridiculed and scorned, Before they're fully formed. Keep the smile on my lips - Words they say from stolen scripts. The truth, the crux of the matter - My desires you cannot shatter. I'll keep my dreams close… Continue reading Burning Passion
Cat In A Box
Taking a minute Happily curled up alone... Here in my sweet place. © Susan Reed Haiku and Photography by Susan Reed in Response to this week's Photography Challenge: Opposities.
What’s Your Pleasure?
It seems that the older we get, the harder we find it to take those little precious moments out of life and do things that truly bring us an immense amount of joy - pleasure, if you will. While I completely understand and know that we can't be a child again 24/7, I feel that… Continue reading What’s Your Pleasure?