Adieu 2016

Fables confessed in unlikely fashions At times reveal illogical accounts Tales declared with improbable actions Adventures in that cannot be denounced Truths declare imaginations adrift By virtues of what, fated to be learned Worry not, stories befall as a gift For inventiveness will be undiscerned A myth represents prolific visions Irresolute expressions narrated Fanciful delights [...]

Deep in Me

A poem by my 10-year-old daughter Izabella Toney. You were the one who held me when I cried. You were the one who taught me everything when I died. You were the one who made me happy when I sighed. You were the one who told me stories, but you lied! You didn't just kill [...]