Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Carribean Kigo Kukai #49

puffy clouds
a seagull soars higher 
than my kite

4th place
prompt: kite
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  1. Like this very much. Hope to read more.

  2. Welcome to my blog. :-) Thank you for following, Melanie. Have a blessed day!

  3. My husband of 37 years died just four months ago. He became ill in November of 2013 just after retiring in September of that year. He was dead of Goblastomer tumor {brain cancer} in January of 2014. He an artist and art teacher for 40 years and was only 63. I miss him so as do my three sons. Every poem I write seems to be about him and our life together.

    I am so sorry to hear that you to lost your husband. You are so young and I know that your pain must great. Keep writing as it seems to get better.


  4. It's so sad to hear about your loss. I believe we were meant to meet online because my husband died of the same reason - glioblastoma. He died a year ago. In 2012 he had brain surgery, was diagnosed with 4th stage brain cancer, had a miracle for almost a year, then the cancer came back. In less than 2 months, he was gone.
    We should stay in contact as I believe there are no coincidences. Yes, writing helps a lot in grieving.
    Take your time to heal. Let nobody tell you how and how long you should grieve. Please email me at so we can stay in touch and share some more.

    Sending you love and light,