who are you without your identity? lay down, settle in your bones let your self release above you, a balloon you are disconnected from. you are your body, too, what is left when your soul leaves. feel your body breathing, digesting, slowing, churning, falling apart an inch at a time. she keeps us alive, feedingRead more
Not quite, though I’ve been trying to be more mindful about my social media and computer usage in general. April is for poetry, so I’ve been poeming. Most of my poetry so far has been related to one of my fiction projects and posted on Dreamwidth as a collection and a second, longer piece. IRead more
the wind is like nothing he’s fought off before, frost biting as he pokes his head out he wrestles a glance around no answers blowing no ride home, he ducks back inside, discontent but stranded in the ruins
again with the crows in the tree outside my apartment on the line above the bus stop circling over the building where I work. they don’t speak to me but I know they’re keeping an eye out.
And that means National Poetry Writing Month, in case you didn’t notice. I’m trying to keep a couple of projects in the air, and that’s going to effect the kinds of poetry you see this month. If things go as planned, most of my writing this month will either be devotional or fiction-related. Of course,Read more
It looks quiet around here, doesn’t it? Don’t worry, I am plugging away behind the scenes, working on things that don’t quite come to fruition. I signed up for a few original fiction projects that require works over 10k, so those will be in progress in the background – they’ll be on the sidebar asRead more
January created a meme for NaPoWriMo participants, so I figured I’d fill it out. Number of poems written in April: 32, counting off-site Number of poems you’ll keep and revise: I don’t generally revise or develop my haiku, so probably about five. List the titles of your top three NaPoWriMo poems: Dust on Dreams, CrazyRead more