life reflections

Poetry Pause



Our conversations cover wide

An ocean of topics profound and snide

But lest you think I am remiss

We haven’t talked about a kiss

I’m still a woman.


 We’ve laughed and joked until we cried

About the silliness of pride

But, even then I think of eyes

Brown, beautiful so close to mine

I’m still a woman.


 The Bible we have discussed in length

As to the cure for powerlessness

But, in my mind I see your face

Fixated on my intent gaze.

I’m still a woman.


 Then we have talked of lovers past,

And hearts embroiled in a morass

But, I’m anticipating your caress

In the future, as you may guess

For, I am still a woman.

copyright@dbw 2018


Happy boomer gal ( read smart, feisty, quirky, adventuresome, funny, sassy woman of a certain generation) willing to share my journey and advice with anyone who would not repeat my mistakes. Happy to fully disclose the joys and pitfalls of love at any age, the desire to age well, and the joys inherent in every day. Utilizing poetry, photography, and whatever creative entity that would bring a smile to a hurting heart. Author, wife, mother, sister, daughter, friend, humanitarian, exhorter, educator, activist, student, Christ-follower, adventure seeker, pharmacist. Hoping to give all and use all I am for the good of others. Come along. The journey may be difficult, but, it will always be an interesting adventure!

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