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Paint: Part 4

Feral Time I see it, My life on the walls. These years I’ve lived, Aging in the same house. The years flaking away, Like all this chipping paint. Powder Pink, Fading to 20’s blue. How I see it, By the water damaged door. In…

Paint: Part 3

Taste of Life Flick-ed curl, Almost a scuttle. Wasted dreams, Down by the chips. Love light lost, Shut off by the moon. Eclips-ed bring, My heart, Around the bend.

Paint: Part 2

This week I managed to pen out four poems instead of three. New record! Each of the four poems that I wrote, have this symbolic connection to paint. A beautiful connection. It is this bridge that allows people to cross from the present into…

Paint: Part 1

Paint is often over looked. There’s a lot of symbolism that it holds. Often times it is over looked for the simple fact that it is in all of our lives in some way. It’s inanimate. It’s just paint. But is it really? When…

Whispers: Part 5

Secrets For Life Secrets Secrets, So many lies. Where they will put you, down down under

Whispers: Part 3

This poem is called Whisper Killings. I published this in a previous post, but I love this poem. I wrote this to directly cull what I see in a whispers theme. Note: Also if you look at the poem sideways it looks like a sound wave…

Whispers: Part 2

Part of this theme exercise is to explore themes that I am unfamiliar with. I have to dissect them and formulate an opinion, out of that opinion will come small chops of creative work. My ultimate goal is to provide myself a better understanding…

Habitual

I don’t like to think of myself as a habitual monster. I like spontaneity. Having no plans, living in the moment. Breathing in life as it comes. But if you are as forgetful as I am, being spontaneous is a hopeless illusion of another…

Avoiding Writer Norms

Rule #1 of being a writer: There are no rules. A lot people get hung up on the he said she said version of writing. Stop talking and write. Let me tell you, no name and such are still going to be waiting with…

Accepting Criticism

The fear someone can experience from hearing someone critique their work is out of this world. But if you want to make it in the world of Indie authors, grow the hide of an alligator and prevent yourself from shedding it like a snake….

Writing for Exposure vs Writing for Enjoyment

This topic can be touchy. Everyone has a different perspective on it. Whether they’ve had success in the writing universe or not. I have my own opinion. Whether others listen that’s their choice. Or if they are listening, it’s the questions of importance. Did they…