Tag: St.Thomas

Clarity

I watch and wait, transfixed and terrified, As roiling clouds forecast impending doom, Suspended in this space, I’m satisfied. This calm before the storm does serve to guide, I’m doubtful, can survival be assumed? I watch and wait, transfixed and terrified. A metaphor for… Continue Reading “Clarity”

A Twist on Trees

More than lovely, more than seaside shade, Symbolizing strength, endurance, tempting fate, Clinging for her life through gales and swales, Yet ever twisting upward, winding straight. She’s home to flora and fauna of the isles, Her gaily painted fruits and leaves grow wild, She… Continue Reading “A Twist on Trees”

A Gathering of Gray

Reflections on watching the gathering, gray storm clouds, as boats in the harbor begin to rock and sway.

Roots (Weekly Photo Challenge: Express Yourself)

Last November we traveled to Puerto Rico, en route to St. Thomas in support of the Seton Hall Pirates, for the Paradise Jam, a pre-season college basketball tournament.  While in Puerto Rico, we visited the town of Caguas, and toured several museums.  The  Museo de… Continue Reading “Roots (Weekly Photo Challenge: Express Yourself)”

Undertow

Abandoned now, ‘neath looming storm-clouds gray, Banana-bunched boards, the only light, But undertow compels she cannot stay. He’d sing to her, life on review, he’d stay, Through sunniest of days and darkest nights, Abandoned now, ‘neath looming storm-clouds gray. He smiled to mask the… Continue Reading “Undertow”

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