To My Grandma; A Card I Created


Grandma I know I am guilty

Of not being here enough

I find myself involved

With way too much stuff

But I just want you to know                                                grandma_rocking_in_chair_hc

That I do love you so

You are the best in the world

As far as Grandma’s go.

Written by,

Terry Shepherd


Find My Way

The fog is rolling

Can you take

The time to sit

Very still and

Search your heart

To see what you

Value most in

Your life

Or are you so

Busy that you

Follow the crowd

Letting the one

God made you

To be, to be lost

In the morning

Fog or maybe

Buried under

A stack of

Unsolved thoughts

Take time for

One day to sit

And ponder on

Who you are

And brings

Out the

Best in you

Terry Shepherd


I Can Feel

Waves rush over  me

As my toes sink in the sand

Reliving moments from before

Washing ore me new life

Looking out ore the horizon

Trying to see my future

English: Turtle Bay Beach at Caneel Bay.

Hazy skies cloud my mind

Nothing is crystal clear

An empty shell comes in my view

I kneel down and pick it up

Peering inside I speak softly

Are you in here or have you also moved on

Reaching for higher grounds

Where prey can never find you

I turn my ear and listen

To the echoes of once lived life

I place it in my pocket and

Carry this close to my heart

Where I can connect with

What this poor creature has endured

Already in its short life

Looking down and forward

Rubble laying in my path

Who has walked my footprints

What thoughts crossed their mind

As they looked out over the horizon

Trying to figure out their next plan

I have reached the end of the path

My walk is now complete

Make my way back to my beginning

Answers still remain questions

I see a masterpiece as a

Turtle is giving everything she has

To bury her eggs deep within the

Grains of sand, protecting it

Until it is time to be born

Life continues no matter

What is on our mind

No matter where we are

Life moves forward with

Or without us

I look ahead and see the steps

Taking me back to my own thoughts.

Terry Shepherd