Most of the stories and poems in this audiobook were compiled from handwritten notes in journals I've been keeping for several years. The title story, "The Waterfall", is a powerful study of loss, acceptance, and growth. In "Butterflies", a young boy learns a lesson about acceptance and appreciation of what he has been given. "The Lighthouse" is a moving tale that's as close to poetry as prose and offers a beautifully upbeat ending. "Grandma Brown" is a nostalgic and emotionally moving tale of familial love. "A Boy and His Dog" tells the story of a young boy learning to accept that nothing is ever truly lost. "Waiting" is an incredibly powerful and moving tale of a man's love and acceptance in the face of the finality of dying. "The Source" is a classic short horror story. "And When I Got Home" features a young man finding his own path to spiritual enlightenment.
A short collection of poems range from the unusual to the more traditional and beautiful. And "Wisteria" is a moving story of a man visiting his now abandoned childhood home and realizing that nothing ever truly dies. I think there's something here for every taste and hope that all who listens to these words will find meaning in them!