Love Wins

Love Wins Copyright 2014 Diana Rasmussen Always gonna be the haters those who point and laugh Bullies want to put you down to get you to doubt Who I am on the inside Is more than you see on the outside Even when I fall, I’ll rise 7 times stronger You can’t keep me down, I’ll last longer Hate may fight in the night But … Continue reading Love Wins

White Knight

WHITE KNIGHT Copyright 2014 Diana Rasmussen Ride into my world, I’m looking for a hero Toss your mane around Let’s win the triple crown Is everything black and white? Where are shades of gray and never ending grace? Will you look beyond your sight? I dream of you as my White Knight You win the prize in my eyes I love you beyond measure Run … Continue reading White Knight

Sea of Glass

SEA OF GLASS Copyright 2014 Diana Rasmussen moments frozen in my mind memories flood my heart inside sun’s reflection blinds our eyes feel the ripple of the coming tide frozen time when you are mine waves of clouds rolling by as we walk the beach hand in hand just to be dance once more on a crystal sea of glass   (Images from Pinterest)   … Continue reading Sea of Glass

Skip Rocks

Skip Rocks. Have you ever done that? What a great way to relax and reflect.  Funny the things we remember from growing up.  I used to do this as a kid at our old farmhouse. Here is a new song I am working on.    Skip Rocks Copyright 2014 Diana Rasmussen When she 12 he walked her home Her first kiss was at her street’s dead … Continue reading Skip Rocks

Dandelion Roots

I am writing this as I was looking at the grass today, and how quickly the Dandelions grow back.  You know you can cut the grass one day and the very next day they are back.  Springing up despite all your effort.  Kind of reminds me of addiction.  You can try on your own. And people will judge you and tell you you are not … Continue reading Dandelion Roots

The Right Time – NaPoWriMo Day 25

 NaPoWriMo – Day 25 Prompt And now for our (optional) prompt. Anaphora is a literary term for the practice of repeating certain words or phrases at the beginning of multiple clauses or, in the case of a poem, multiple lines. The phrase “A time to,” as used in the third Chapter of Ecclesiastes, is a good example of anaphora.  To everything there is a season, A time for every purpose … Continue reading The Right Time – NaPoWriMo Day 25