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Kid Fears

Forget the monsters living / Secretly under your bed? / Forget the thunder and lightning / Which filled your heart with dread?

My Mama Told Me

Don’t let anyone change you. / You are who you will be. / And that’s the best I can ask for. / That’s what my mama told me.
Into the Wild by Rhonda Strickland Little Dancing Hummingbird by Rhonda Strickland First Snow by Rhonda Strickland Birds of Canyon Lake by Rhonda Strickland Calendar Back Country Packer by Rhonda Strickland Color in Your Hands - the Luminarian (Art & Poetry) by Rhonda Strickland

Mirabella H. Lugubrious

She grumbled, groused, and griped. / Her demeanor set in stone, / Old Mirabella H. Lugubrious / Destined forever to be alone…

Dragonfly Girl

This little one, she had the touch. / Yet no one knew just how much / Her gentle soul attracted love / Of living beings from up above.
Mirabella H. Lugubrious (Art & Poetry) by Rhonda Strickland Bright Morning Beauty by Rhonda Strickland Early Morning Light by Rhonda Strickland Early Morning Beauty by Rhonda Strickland

Time is the Enemy

Time continues to ravage / All of what is left of me. / A bitter and heartless savage. / We live just to die, just to die. / Time is the en…
Time is the Enemy (Art & Poetry) by Rhonda Strickland Once in a Blue Moon by Rhonda Strickland

Roxanne’s Veil

She could not go on, / her grief did swell. / She would spend her life / behind the veil.
Dragonfly Girl (Art & Poetry) by Rhonda Strickland I Don't Think So by Rhonda Strickland

I Love My Pink Shoes!!

Every girl feels / She needs Pink heels / To complete her glory / Her womans’ story. . .

Dreams of Children

Such a wond’rus way / God has given / For our Love / To be Shared.

Come Down in Time

The time had come for her to go. / He waited there for her to show / If this was truly what she chose / To stay with him wherever he goes.

Nature’s Way

Please little children / Please be aware / This Earth is our haven / We all need to share.
Gimme My Ball! ~  Maggie May's Excited Face by Rhonda Strickland

Kind and Generous

Live and let live. . / Always trying to give. . . / As the karma of living / Revolves around giving
At End of Day III (Image & Poem) by Rhonda Strickland At End of Day II (Art & Poetry) by Rhonda Strickland At End of Day by Rhonda Strickland

I’m Here

Does this mean that / I no longer matter? / As my light begins to fade, / And my memories begin to scatter. . . / Do I no longer matter?

My Silly Side

She didn’t have to hide / Whatever was inside / They loved her for who she was / Most of all her silly side. . .
Her Silly Side by Rhonda Strickland

Neon Porcelain

Questions seem to follow me, / With answers just ahead. / I reach & try to grasp just one / Grabbing empty air instead.
Clyde ~ Guardian of the Yard by Rhonda Strickland Mystical Adventures II ~ NiLhsa Eermat from KiakRa by Rhonda Strickland Mule Skinners by Rhonda Strickland

Dirty Pretty Things

So now I’ll pull the trigger / Feeling the pleasure that it brings. / Knowing that I tricked you / With my dirty, pretty things…
Dirty Pretty Things (Art & Poetry) by Rhonda Strickland Neon Porcelain  by Rhonda Strickland I'm Here (poetry & art)  by Rhonda Strickland

Wayward Son

As the twilight of his days / Darkens into the night / Will he be remembered / As one who brought some light?
Wayward Son by Rhonda Strickland St. George Island Lighthouse by Rhonda Strickland Mystical Adventures (art & poetry) by Rhonda Strickland

No Way Out

He had been alone for so long now / He wasn’t sure if he could allow / Himself to trust another human / He didn’t know if he e…
The Guitarist I by Rhonda Strickland Lifes a Beach  by Rhonda Strickland

If Only They Really Knew Me. . .

I smile, I pretend / To my own end. / I play their game / They think I bend.
Gabbing Geese Go Walking (Art & Poetry) by Rhonda Strickland

Don’t You Say I Told You So

It is as if I am still jailed. / My heart & soul have been impaled. / My wounds did heal but left a scar, / A constant reminder is what…
Don't You Say I Told You So by Rhonda Strickland Elvis, the Gorgeous Little Arab by Rhonda Strickland

Hide and Seek

They used their bright minds to create for themselves / An imaginary world of fairies and elves. / I’ll bet if you tried you could think up…

I Listen to the Rain

If wishes were granted / For one single smile / I’d wish to hold you close / For just a little while.
Sir Peanut by Rhonda Strickland

Triad

She could not choose one / For she loved them both. / Yet they each wanted her / To take an oath.

The Gathering

Do you know what goes on / When you go out of town? / You think you left your home quite safe / But let me give you the lowdown!
View of Vail Lake on Horseback by Rhonda Strickland My Mama Told Me by Rhonda Strickland If Only They Really Knew Me (Art & Poetry) by Rhonda Strickland

Languishing in the House of Desire

I prefer the silence of forgotten pain / No longer will I allow hurt to gain / A hold upon my head and heart, / I will stop that aching bef…

The Cacophony of Being Otherwise Engaged

Blind to the pain / Of ill-gotten gain / I hold on in the mire / As if nothing is stained.

When the Wind Comes Down the Mountainside

It seems as if all is breathless, / For the moment the wind is still. / No life is seen a’stirring / As you gaze above the sill.
No Way Out by Rhonda Strickland

Breath of Life

Your bloom is short lived. / A brief moment in time. / Yet it brings such great joy; / Your beauty sublime.
Hummingbird Haven by Rhonda Strickland

Indifference

Apathy turns empathy / Into just another word. / To just pretend it does not exist / Is pretty damn absurd..

Possibly Maybe, Probably Not. . . (the poem)

Oh how I love the feel / Of that sacred one first Kiss. / Can it be the start of / A love that should not be missed?
Possibly Maybe, Probably Not. . .  by Rhonda Strickland Homesteader by Rhonda Strickland Trail Rider II by Rhonda Strickland Trail Rider by Rhonda Strickland I Listen to the Rain by Rhonda Strickland The Gathering by Rhonda Strickland

Never Just One Rainy Day

I thought that I knew you. / I thought we‘d come so far. / I thought your heart had softened. / I thought now we’d be more.
Never Just One Rainy Day (Art & Poetry) by Rhonda Strickland Low Tide Dreaming by Rhonda Strickland Because (Favorites: 52) by Rhonda Strickland Breath of Life (Art & Poetry) by Rhonda Strickland
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