If I had known I was going to die today I would have eaten a more exciting breakfast than Cheerios. Okay, so it wasn’t even Cheerios, it was the generic brand. I mean, I even had to eat them with water because the milk had soured. If I had known that it was going toContinue reading “Throwback Thursday: A First Paragraph (2019)”
I am not crazy. I can’t be. Would a crazy person be able to define the word itself? No, I am not crazy, but this . . . this defies all logic. No matter how hard I try, what is happening in this house is beyond explanation and that is exceedingly uncomfortable to me. NoteContinue reading “Throwback Thursday: CRAZY”
Psalm 5:3. “In the morning, Lord, you hear my voice; in the morning I lay my requests before you and wait expectantly.” Breathing in the morning air. I lay my requests before you, Presenting them, lifting them up To your awaiting ears – confidently, expectantly. I will wait to hear your voice, The soft whisperContinue reading “THROWBACK THURSDAY: Psalm 5:3 Poem (September 2020)”
We are a syzygy – Connected by experience, aligned by pain our hearts hold. Now we float, in the only realms we can understand. Life on earth, is a distant memory.
Our minds are like the tallest tree where the heaviest and strongest winds test the strength of the branches. Our thoughts are the many leaves attached to each branch. Some thoughts gladly let the wind take hold of them and send them either soaring in the rush or floating gently down. There are those others,Continue reading “Throwback Thursday: Let the Wind Take Hold (2017)”
“Cheers!” She was the last one to raise her glass and the only one not to take a sip. He was the only one who knew why. He watched her, quietly and uninvited, from across the room. She looked beautiful in the long, fitted, red gown. Her toffee brown hair draped around her shoulders hidingContinue reading “Throwback Thursday: CHEERS! (100 Word Story- July 2020)”
This was a tough one to revisit. So many emotions attached to this piece and they all came flooding back when I read it. I give God all the glory for the place both of us are at now.
Lucidity is lost, fading with memories of better times. She is a fragment of who she was – a vibrant girl she used to know, stolen by unexpected grief. Simple plans have vanished, She blinks as nothing comes to mind, but her uninvited reality of darkness. ©Raelyn Pracht 2020
Artist of the stars, Love radiates from Heaven, Creation ignites.
This is the start to one of my stories. Some time in 2020 I was prompted to write this beginning.