Tag: just keep swimming

  • Ordinary World

    Ordinary World

    It took me a while to figure something out yesterday. I’ve been doing this for a LONG time now, just writing and commenting and building a body of work. The timing of this is not necessarily opportune or planned either, that must also be stated. You don’t make other people notice or comment. They do […]

  • Fragment


    Objectivity in crisis is a hard ask. It’s why you have to feel for all those people unable to move forward right now, and there are a fuck of a lot of them. How will you ever shift away from the permanent, almost omniscient panic that accompanies not knowing what might happen if you get […]

  • Melody of Love

    Melody of Love

    Putting in the work provides rewards. WHO KNEW? – I ran NON STOP for 12 minutes– I did everything I was asked to do– I WAS SO SWEATY I COULD WRING OUT MY TOP OUT AT THE END pic.twitter.com/Ma04Q0RL9L — 🗿 Sarah Reeson 📝 Writer/Content Creator 🗿 (@MoveablePress) July 3, 2019 My Blaze mentality is […]

  • Let Down

    Next week, I start a new project on top of my existing workload. I have no idea how it’s going to go, but it gives an important space for my writing to evolve out of the place it now exists to become something better. I’ll be kicking off the site with the poems previously entered as […]

  • Wide Open Space

    Wide Open Space

    You ever had a day when you realised the fundamental problem in everything was you? Once upon a time, when this used to happen (and it did quite often, coinciding with hormonal change before or during menstruation) I’d just go backwards. There’d be rows, recrimination and ultimately tears: yesterday all of those happened, but not […]

  • You’re Not Alone

    You’re Not Alone

    This is the worst things have been since surgery. It isn’t the pain, or the stuff going on with my body (of which there is a lot, it must be said) but my simple inability to cope with the way life has irreversibly changed. It doesn’t help that my inner ears are still not 100% […]

  • Grey Day

    Yesterday, I’ll admit, I ground to a halt. Weather and mental trauma came to a head, and I walked to the shops where the means to make a massive ham and cheese demi-baguette on seeded Sourdough was purchased, before being eaten in one sitting. Then, I noshed a quarter of a chocolate cake (first treat since late December) and […]