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And I run from the turtle
Because the walking corpse talks
When you leave what breaks your heart
A balmy breeze that settles on quiet shoulders
The end of too many promises
And the beginning of one
Becomes the bearing standard
Someday I hope to find peace
In what I want
Becoming what I need
Someday I hope
To find the reality
Maybe in your arms
Regret we all know
More than makings
More than a future
Proof inside the requiem of a broken heart
Love only real when it leaves
Because the rest of the time
I already said good-bye
Shattered ends of design never what they seem
She gave me permission
So I left
I gave new meaning to what words find in
Because love never needed conquering
And time called me
Upon crumbled tracks of howling anger
From one essence of worship to another ruptured answer
was born in a small town in southern california in 1963. in 1971, both parents and two siblings were killed in an airplane crash. moved to a new city where i lived with and was raised by my grandmother on my mom’s side.
went to a private lutheran school through 8th grade, then to public highschool where i earned a degree and went on to college.
married in 1984 to a man i later regretted ever having even met. we had a son in 1986, and were divorced in 1991.
moved to northern california for a short time and attended california state university chico. grandmother became ill, so i moved back to southern california.
made another move to salt lake city, utah in 1995. had my daughter there in 1996. moved again in 2001 to albuquerque, new mexico. lived there for a couple years before moving back to southern california in 2003.
am currently living in salt lake city, having recently moved back here in the fall of 2007.