UNDER all those layers

I don’t know how to talk in view

I guess that’s how things remain

I don’t know what to say to you

I love you and that won’t change


I wanted to heal but don’t know how

You have infiltrated my mind for so long

You have possessed my feet up to my brow

You tickled my hearts favourite song


You held me close and I looked for direction

You brushed my cheek with your jaw

We can’t lead with such a loose connection

We get tangled then lock all the doors


We both fed each other on fanciful romance

We searched through one another’s lies

We never did learn or complete that slow dance

Do you trust what we say through our eyes?


Do you want them to fall lovingly at your feet?

Do you wish your message stick was stripped bare?

Do I just keep on searching every street?

Do we move on as if we didn’t care?


I, You, We UNDERmine everything we see

I, You, We UNDERestimate how things could be

I, You, We UNDERcurrents of the deep blue sea

I, You, We, DO unto others… UNDER pressure to set us FREE



UNDER neath the weeds

how to control dandelions

How to Kill Dandelions: Pulling Them

If you’re hard-headed enough to want to try to pull these weeds, despite the difficulty just mentioned, here’s how to proceed:

  • To facilitate weeding, water the lawn first (weeds are more easily extricated from wet soil).
  • Make an incision into the soil, down along the side of the taproot, using a knife, screwdriver or similar tool (tools designed specifically for dandelion removal can be found in home improvement stores).
  • Wiggle the tool to loosen the taproot
  • Using the ground as a fulcrum, try to pry up the weed. Get a good grip on the leaves (as many of them as you can close your hand over) and use them as your “handle” on which to tug.
  • Give the weed a gentle tug to see if the taproot is yielding.
  • If the taproot is yielding, remove the dandelion weed from the soil. Otherwise, make further incisions around the taproot, wiggle and continue to tug gently at the leaves.
  • link
  • https://www.thespruce.com/how-to-control-dandelions-2132927

UNDER the cover of darkness

UNDER the cover of darkness

you share your irresistible shine

Dear Prince of Dark thoughts

bound to travel the same timeline

You know I don’t like the dark

yet I’m drawn in awe of your brilliance

Those graphic reminders of pain

drag me back to the cave with resistance


Bound and Dragged


UNDERlying thoughts

He that has eyes to see and ears to hear may convince himself that no mortal can keep a secret. If his lips are silent, he chatters with his fingertips; betrayal oozes out of him at every pore. Sigmund Freud
Read more at: https://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/s/sigmundfre139205.html


UNDERstanding Spring

“I Am The Spring”

Ground down, I know that you’ll feel fine
If you let me in
Hand in hand, I’ll show you the way
Our life, is always on the line
If we just begin
How I hope I’ll suit you someday

I am the spring, love is blossoming

You take the fall in sacrifice

I’ll cheer you up, fill your empty cup

And we can sup on summer skies

Nervous, I’m knocking on your door

Will you let me in?

Face to face, I’ve something to say

Stranger, we should be intertwined

Like its always been

Yes, I know I’ll suit you someday

I am the spring, love is blossoming
You take the fall in sacrifice
I’ll cheer you up, fill your empty cup
And we can sup on summer skies

I am the spring, love is blossoming

I’ll take the fall, fall for you


Every Day You Play

“what spring does with the cherry trees”

Pablo Neruda

find poem here….


fire and water