Regret not,for all has made me who I am — the good,the ugly,the bad,the sad. Learning lessonsas I live my life. Wisdom noted. -akw- ___ ANNOUNCEMENT: Soon-to-be-released poetry collection by akw — God is so much more — Swim in the ocean of love, melt in the arms of assurance, and find a peace beyond…
A Haiku: Burst
Sincere complimentscan be a burst of sunshinebrightening someone’s day. -akw- ___ ©2021 Angel K WillPhoto by Min An from Pexels Photo+Graphic Art by -akw-, click here.
You would tell a friend… “Listen to those who build you up,and disregard those who tear you down.” So why do we find it so hardto take our own advice? Why do we so easily becomeour own worst enemyand struggle to becomeour own best friend? Look in the mirror and tell yourselfwhat you would tell…
A Haiku: Contagious
To laugh every dayputs a smile in your heartthat is contagious. -akw- ___©2021 Angel K WillPhoto by Elle Hughes from Pexels Photo+Graphic Art by -akw-, click here.
A Haiku: Priceless
Gifting a smileto strangers and those you knowis a priceless act. -akw- ___©2021 Angel K WillPhoto by Daniel Xavier from Pexels Photo+Graphic Art by -akw-, click here.
A Haiku: Learn
Learn to capture thoughts.Learn to determine their worth.Learn to keep the good. -akw- ___©2021 Angel K WillPhoto by Bas Masseus from Pexels Photo+Graphic Art by -akw-, click here.
My only question
Life is a collection of moments;whatever those may be,and the choice is mine to determinewhat it is I see. There’ll always be peaks and valleys;there’ll be both sun and rain,and how I choose to look at itwill determine my joy or pain. Nothing set before meis written in concrete or stone.I am the author of…
A Haiku: Within
created to beat peace with my inner selfanswers are within -akw- (Part of the Watercolor & Words Series) ___ Haiku Prints available on Society6 by clicking here. ©2020 Angel K Will | InstagramPhoto by Andre Furtado from Pexels * This poem is included in the book — The Owl in the Concrete Tree: A Poetry…
Why you never see a Redwood alone
“…The truth is, we all need supportive relationships. I once heard a lecture in which the speaker talked about the great redwood trees in California, those magnificent giants of the forest towering as much as three hundred feet in the air. ‘You’d think such tall trees would require very deep roots,’ the speaker said. ‘Actually,…