Walk with Me ~ A triad

Walk with me, skirting the edge
of reality’s boundaries
so we can dance with the darkness
that is seducing our minds.

The slopes are slippery, footing precarious
Fantasies beckon from the mist of desire

But truth whispers from life’s bowels
questioning our sinful disdain.

From a different vantage point
finding the stillness within
shedding the shame
see the light & dark are all the same.

~~~Another poem birthed from my trip further south. I had the distinct pleasure of meeting with both Dana of Love Letters Lost at Sea & A. Castaneda of The View Through a Cracked Lens. It was a gorgeous day & I had a lovely time meeting with them both in person. Both are beautiful souls whose work I greatly enjoy & I hope you do, as well! If not, check them out! That’s an order. =)

I am enjoying meeting bloggers in person, this may become a new goal for the year!

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12 thoughts on “Walk with Me ~ A triad

  1. Thank you for posting this, Tiffany. That first stanza had been sitting, waiting to be finished for quite some time. I’m glad that it was able to be written with both of you. It was a lot of fun spending time with both you. Wish I could have stayed longer.

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  2. Reblogged this on Love Letters Lost at Sea and commented:
    Another collaboration I was blessed to be a part of. Meeting the bloggers behind the screen adds so much more depth to the words scribed. Thank you, Tiffany, for your bravery in meeting me. And thank you, Adam, for your bravery in breaking routine.

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  3. Reblogged this on The View Through a Cracked Lens and commented:
    Last week, with Dana’s encouragement, I took some time away from my ultra-busy work schedule to enjoy the morning with both Dana and Tiffany. It was definitely a much needed break, and one that I wish would come along more often. While I wish I could have spent more time with them, at least I was able to partake in one collaboration with both of them. Hope you enjoy it.

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