Gratitude Diary Day 104 / 365

rainbow of colours
flowers desperate attempts to
bring life to white walls
with fumes as fragrances and
oil the elixir of life

Gratitude Diary Day 52 & 53 / 365

a light workload

realization:
we are imperfect-all our
heavy sins simply
line the inevitable
road to repentance

Gratitude Diary Day 47 & 48 / 365

retrospection

lonely dinners spent
in the company of cats,
two minute noodles,
leafy greens and onions saved
by pomegranate molasses

Time

one day they will know
perhaps a little too late
that it was time- time
was all she ever wanted
all they never had to give

Gratitude Diary Day 43 / 365

phone calls and on holds
drained credit, quick recharges
and topic hopping
a muddle of things to say
and someone to say them to