Monthly Archive: February, 2016

A cold December

On a cold December. by Minna Von Walden A cold December morning, sunlight creeping through the shades, warm sheets and cozy blankets. She rolls away from the sunlight, stretching her arm across the… Continue reading

The struggle she didn’t know she had

The struggle she didn’t know she had by Minna Von Walden Her day had been hard, stressful, and very challenging. She often struggled with her day to day activities. Her silent struggle to… Continue reading

Letting go of it

Letting Go of it by Minna Von Walden To successfully move on in life, you must fully let go of the past. Past regrets, past loves, past grief, past happiness, everything. You can… Continue reading

Whispers in the dark

Whispers in the Dark by Minna Von Walden Everything is black and white with just a bit of gray Day and night with a little dusk and dawn Darkness and light with a… Continue reading

The Slide

The Slide by Minna Von Walden There was no sunlight, only the flickering light from atop the hill, and the moon. I saw a slide made of sand, with bumps and hills, just… Continue reading

A mountain

A Mountain by Minna Von walden What do you see? I see, I see a mountain. A dark, distant mountain and a fog filled sky. Uncertainty and light. Certainty and darkness. The mountain… Continue reading

Taste of your lips

Taste on your lips by Minna Von Walden My thoughts drifting from moment to moment. Images flowing through my mind. Images bringing to me sounds, taste and memories that once were mine. In… Continue reading

Valentine’s Guest Post at

Hello everyone! The fabulous editors at asked me to write a guest post on the topic of Valentine’s Day from the long-distance relationship perspective. ¬†SurviveLDR is a great blog for advice on… Continue reading

This is my destination

This is My Destination by Minna Von Walden ‘Women should never travel alone’, he said as I stepped from the boat onto the sea soaked wood boards of the dock. But, this was… Continue reading


Begging by Minna Von Walden She lays in her bed, tears soaking her face. Streaming down her neck. Praying to her creator to fix her broken life. Begging and pleading with every ounce… Continue reading