Monday, August 25, 2008

Black Daisies...poem

Black Daisies

In a web of deceit
the lies of deception
curved down an endless road
where a path of black daisies
cried oceans of tears
trailing behind
their roots
being dragged
deep from the ground

All their sorrows
drowned in their soft petals
which dropped and fell
one after another
and another
into the soft soil
in timeless patterns
of forevermore...
dying blossoms
to Mother earth
as Father sky
cries to the wind

Written by Rhiannon (Barbara R.) July 2008 copyrights owned by Barbara R.

Saturday, August 23, 2008

I'm a Rocker Angel at heart!..

This was fun...create your own virtual image of who you feel you are "inside"! Click on tizme below to create one..thank you river soul for helping me figure this out..very kind of you to take the time.


Wednesday, August 20, 2008

In The Arms Of Angel

In the arms of an angel
my soul is set free
in the arms of an angel
life will be
as it's meant to be
in the arms of an angel
I'm comforted in light
in the arms of an angel
I feel protected and safe
all through the night.

May all your Guardian Angels protect you
in comfort and light

Love Rhi

Written by Rhiannon (Barbara R,)
August 20, 2008

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Dedicated to all my dear foster teenage friends...

"Silhouettes" by Smile Empty Soul.

I also can completely relate to this song in relation to my totally dysfunctional family..which is why I broke the cycle..

Saturday, August 16, 2008

Friday, August 08, 2008

The Wet of my drawings...

This is one of my drawings from my blog in 2005. If some of you are my old blog friends from 3 years back then you will recognize it. But I wanted to share it with some of my new blog friends also. This is one of my favorites as it was such a challenge to draw..trying to make the hair look wet just from a drawing wasn't easy. The drop "dot" on the upper left side of the jaw and below the ear a bit is a drop of water..the drop doesn't really show that well when I scanned it but the original shows it well.

Copyrights owned by Barbara R. (Rhiannon)