Showing posts from March, 2021


  My thoughts, I own them. My life to live, bold and confidant. My path and I will walk it. My journey, my destination to reach. This is my story and only I can let it be known. The past unchangeable, Only to build better with each day. Hopes, dreams, and positive affirmations create the amazing things to come, I hold on. Through the storm and through the peace, I learn. It is just a moment, and it is with each moment that change begins. There is no such thing as an end.   The heart must love, the mind open to exploring. The flesh nourished but must be controlled. Thoughts and actions bring realities into being. You can only do your best,   Keep on keeping on. Remember, life goes on.  

Coconut Head.

I shaved my head, then he said, You have a coconut head. At best of what he said, I had to hear the rest. I thought to call the priest, as this man was being a beast. As he said, “Oh forgive me, coconuts do grow a beard! of which, you cannot be assured." He has an idea that involves the rear, of which I dare not put into gear. I have adhered I cannot grow a beard. As for my coconut head,  Sheared it shall be.   Me and my coconut head.

Welcome to the sound of silence.

It has been just over one year of this novel coronavirus, the covid-19, which has felt like a year of absolute silence. It is more than a year now that the world looked deep into the eyes of a worldwide pandemic and wondered what was to become of such an event taking place over this earth. Lockdowns, curfews, and restrictions became the order of the day. This novel coronavirus, this covid-19 as it is also known, was this time last year only beginning to sweep through the earth and on this day last year, 4 th March 2020, the World Health Organization said, the number of reported cases of people infected stood at 92,943, with 3,160 people dead from the virus. At that time, those were the worldwide figures and the virus had already reached 81 countries. Globally, as of today 4 March 2021, there have been 114,653,749 confirmed cases of covid-19, including 2,550,500 deaths, this reported by the World Health Organization, and sadly the numbers continue to rise. So much can be heard in the