The Bridge- a poem

There is a

bridge in

my mind

of where

I am

and where

I’ve been.

A cold wind

gust tries

to push

me back

to where I’ve

been but then

I see your eyes.

How sad

they would’ve been.



Today and Tomorrow- a poem

You’re predictable

you have no today

and tomorrow.

Your melodies


and my questions

left unanswered.

Where do you go

when the skies

turn to gray

and your songs


with a dull,

dud ending.

Today and


I spend thinking

when this world

you live in will



Her Flowers- a poem

She grows

her flowers

in barren fields

and sings

songs to the


Cold winters

freeze her

rose to ice

but she still


Her flowers


but not her


even when

she lay,

sick in bed.

Sunny days

head her

way and

her songs finally




Sweet Song- a poem

I loose myself

in your

sweet song

and tangled

in your lies

though your


cries like

the angels,

your words

honey sweet.

Your sugar sweet

song hid

between bitter lies.

Boy, where did I go wrong?


Pages and Pages- a poem

Day by day

she looses herself

in literature





and pages

of happier days

she may find

on earth

instead of her fingertips.

Poetry and Updates

What a Surprise

What a surprise it is

to find love

in the smallest bits

of broken glass

and empty tea cups.

Just when

my heart was

torn in two

there you are to

sew it back together

and kiss away

the pain

that once left

me when the

hearts were

the favorite

shape of the nation,

all I could

find were

broken ones.

You’re there to

wipe the tears

from my eyes

and sing the songs

I’ve never heard.


Kitty Hawk and the Curse of the Yukon Gold by Iain Reading- Review

Hi, everyone! I had the opportunity to read and review Kitty Hawk and the Curse of the Yukon Gold by Iain Reading courtesy of Book Publicity Services. I haven’t done a review in a while so it’s nice to have had this opportunity to get back in the swing of reviewing books.

Let’s get into the review!


Kitty Hawk and the Curse of the Yukon Gold follows the story of a young girl named Kitty who leaves her hometown of Tofino, Canada to study humpback whales in Alaska. She soon finds herself lost in adventures and mysteries of curses and shipwrecks. This book follows her on her adventures through the beautiful areas of Yukon.

My Thoughts:ย 

I quite enjoyed this book. Going into this book I wasn’t expecting it to be so educational. I didn’t really know anything about Canada and Yukon. Boy, I know a boat load more.

The book did get a little slow a little before the middle of the book, but picked up the pace right away.

I love how brave and self-aware Kitty Hawk was. A powerful female protagonist is definitely my type of story.

I felt like I was actually in Canada as cheesy as that sounds. I could see the landscapes vividly in my mind’s eye.

The writing was beautiful and you can definitely tell Reading did a lot of research. Ultimately, it did the book wonders.

I hope you enjoyed this little review. Let me know if you’ve read any of the Kitty Hawk books and what your thoughts are.

I hope you all are doing well and I will talk to you guys Thursday!

Love always,


(P.S. Stay tuned for a new poem and a little life update. Happy reading!)