Below the Surface – prikcab (Ian Perlman)

smells of autumn swirl as sunshine bounces from golden leaves a breeze carries last waves of warmth no longer dressed in summer blooms tall branches wave flags snap in the wind reminding that time marches unwavering cataloging memories with eyes fixed forward as miles stack behind dragonflies have long passed by while seasons change searching … Continue reading Below the Surface – prikcab (Ian Perlman)

Throwback Friday – What Really Matters – prikcab (Ian Perlman)

This throwback piece (8.14.11) was written by my late wife. Written approximately 1 month after her diagnosis with Stage 4 brain cancer. She was an amazing woman with the ability to step back, maintain and share a perspective that allowed her and all in her world to keep moving forward. When children are laughing and … Continue reading Throwback Friday – What Really Matters – prikcab (Ian Perlman)