Midwest Musings

How do you make a heavy heart light? How do I hold your hand when it was my fingers that demolished everything I previously held dear?

How do I keep my heart beating when all of the blood has been washed from my veins and all that remains is this hollow corpse of a girl?

Jul 17
Patio Plants | Home, Michigan
Jul 16

Patio Plants | Home, Michigan

Corn Queen | Home, Michigan
Jul 16

Corn Queen | Home, Michigan

My Face | Home, Michigan
Jul 16

My Face | Home, Michigan

4th of July | Bay City, Michigan
Jul 16

4th of July | Bay City, Michigan

Sunset | Saginaw, Michigan
Jul 16

Sunset | Saginaw, Michigan

Jul 16

Strawberry Fields | Saginaw, MI

Wildflowers | Curtisville, Michigan
Jul 16

Wildflowers | Curtisville, Michigan

Hydrangea | Home, Michigan
Jul 16

Hydrangea | Home, Michigan

Peonies | Home, Michigan
Jul 16

Peonies | Home, Michigan

I lost the plot last night. I forgot to screw my head on tight and now I am sitting here in the dark unable to determine if I was left or if I am right.

Jul 16

Sunday morning he departed with a hasty goodbye and a kiss on my right cheek. Though silent, his lips screamed, “your heart is as cold as ice, girl.” I tried to remember a time when light bounced from my skin. How long have I sat a shadowed silhouette?

Jul 7
Tuesday Blooms | Home, MI
Jun 10

Tuesday Blooms | Home, MI

Jun 9

Little Bo Peep

Jun 9

Wild flowers | Michigan