I remember when I first heard Linda Roper’s narration of my book, The Girl with the Green-Tinted Hair. At the sound of her soothing voice, I was instantly transported to the following scene:
“We are human beings, first and last. Our religion is our faith in humanity—and there can be no religion greater than that. If we come as Indians, we will meet Pakistanis. If we come as…
Red and yellow leaves
remind me of what’s to come.
Time to celebrate.
It’s okay to smile…
You’ve got to hang in there,
When the tide seems to be going against you.
A blade of green calls…
When times get tough,
It’s this I like to remind myself of.
Don’t be afraid to let go Of your beautiful, breathless sigh. I will not let you fall. I will not let you die. I am your lifeline, The one you try to sever; I am the wish-granting shadow, Helping you live forever. Just look me in the eyes And tell me your tale, For thisContinue reading “Letting Go – A Poem”