the world & words of a new york city writer

gretchen is a writer in new york city

Tag: sorrow (page 10 of 11)

managing unclaimed manacles

managing unclaimed manacles

I thought I could
Say your eyes lit me up.
I thought
You could see.
Sway to my cautious cadence.
Visit a place
Hidden below dusty wings.
When you started
Hiding where I looked
I started too.
Replace mistreat with impairment. Continue reading

last day and back to it.

Tomorrow I fly back to Brisbane.

This week was meant to be a ‘break’ … for reasons I’m still sorting out, I must say that’s not what it felt like at all. Continue reading

scratching the sonnet project

I’ve decided I don’t want to write a sonnet every day. I’m going to keep writing them… but not every day. Continue reading

of course i haven’t forgotten about them

The missing of the puppies is affecting me a bit.

Continue reading


100_1725Recently there was a fatal accident in my family that involved the abrupt loss of a brilliant life, my Uncle Mark. Continue reading

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