My Simple Life the World Can not Understand By Katherine B. Parilli My song is humble and sweet, Lacking in the entire fine graces and coy distractions. I make my way quietly through life. Of feminine charms I am completely unaware, My world to simple and concrete. To me the world is a … Continue reading My Simple Life the World Can not Understand
THIS WORLD IS A CRAZY PLACE By Katherine B. Parilli This world is a crazy place. A crazier place to live could not be found. For in the midst of the greatest joy comes fear and sorrow disturbing the peace of every heart. Life seems empty and worthless. Greed fills every heart. Danger lurks … Continue reading THIS WORLD IS A CRAZY PLACE
This poem was inspired by my battle with fibromyalgia, chronic pain, and migraines. Instead of living life, I spend far too much time curled up in a tight ball longing for relief. Yet as hard as it is to battle with this invisible foe, I hold onto the hope that glorious day when the trumpet … Continue reading Achy Bones
This clerihew was inspired by attempt to go to nursing school. Sadly poor health prevented me from completing the course, and made completing school a dream. But I will never forget that time and will forever wish that my health had been stronger. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmKKvpHYEGQ If you enjoyed this school inspired poem, you might … Continue reading Nursing School Clerihew 1
Am I ready to met the king is a question that I have found myself asking more and more as the world around me changes at an alarming rate and the world I once knew slips forever beyond the horizon. Everywhere I turn I see sign after sign that seems to shout the alarm that … Continue reading Am I Ready to Meet the King?
Thanks to a long list ailments that include fibrillation, migraines, and chronic anemia, it seems that I spend most of my life tired, painful, and so deeply worn that some days it is all that i can do to drag myself out of bed and crawl my way to the sofa. Worn is sadly a … Continue reading Worn
The poem Buyer Beware was inspired in part by the day my family and I adopted our little pup Happy. That morning we had left our home with a long list of things to do and supplies that we needed to get for various projects. Because it was a Sunday morning and the most stores … Continue reading Buyer Beware