For She Was Very Much Loved

Death came knocking, I didn’t open the door. She did. They took her while we’re floored. She’ve lived a happy life. 3 gorgeous daughters, 3 grandkids and of course, a loving husband whom you love. You gave me my best friend, you made her who she is now, then you married her to her choice of a man, and now you left; without taking a bow. It’s almost … Continue reading For She Was Very Much Loved

You Can Have Manhattan

You can have Manhattan, I know it’s for the best I’ll gather up the avenues and leave them on your doorstep And I’ll tip toe away so you won’t have to say you heard me leave You can have Manhattan, I know it’s what you want The bustle and the buildings the weather in the fall And I’ll bow out of place to save you … Continue reading You Can Have Manhattan

It’s Not Wrong To Say That You Are Suffering From Depression

I am a survivor of depression. I don’t talk outrightly about it nowadays but when I sense the symptoms in others, I will talk to them about it. It was a long and tedious process to get to the end goal, which is to go back to being normal but boy would I not wish for it to happen to anyone. I never knew when it … Continue reading It’s Not Wrong To Say That You Are Suffering From Depression

Life Lessons – Aftermath Of The Broken Heart

There’s so many life lessons that I can write about but because relationships have always been the core of my blog entries, I’ll write about it. The question is what is after a broken relationship? After you’ve come up up for air? After the pain has disappeared, what’s next? Life begins yet again. In actuality, life did not stop. It moves forward but your life … Continue reading Life Lessons – Aftermath Of The Broken Heart