Tag: random ramblings

  • The Climb

    The Climb

    I think I’ve sorted my ‘how can I get people to buy my shit when they don’t necessarily like poetry’ problem.

  • If I Could Write Poetry

    If I Could Write Poetry

    Honestly, you shouldn’t even try.

  • Ain’t No Pleasing You

    Ain’t No Pleasing You

    Third project is off again. This time, there’s a reasonable chance it will all work out…

  • Pray

    Pray

    I overslept this morning, and it was GLORIOUS. Waking up after a dream I was able to seed in my own head hasn’t happened for a while, and it was welcome and enjoyable relief to be able to shift away from the difficult portions of an often problematic subconscious. It also means there’s a bit […]

  • In My Head

    In My Head

    Real life events have hit me hard this week. There’s been conversations about both ends of Motherhood. My exercise routine has pretty much turned on its head. There’s a new poetry course started too which is already presenting some interesting possibilities to brain and progression. It’s good when you can say you’ve done your best […]

  • A new Day at Midnight

    A new Day at Midnight

    It is taking a fair bit of time to adjust to my new routine. A lot has been altered, if truth be told: it is not just writing and creation. Exercise has been given a different focus. That’s been a bit of a game changer. Oh yeah, and after what’s probably been almost a decade, […]

  • Fast As You Can

    Fast As You Can

    Today has had a lot happen in it. By far the most important part of that is that instead of being distracted by social media, other things have taken place. Instead of being dragged into things I cannot change or alter, I used time to write poetry instead. Five poems have been sketched to first […]

  • Broken Wings

    Broken Wings

    Yeah, I was right. Boxing is a game changer. Talking to different people is a game changer, as is giving yourself to your peers with no desire for reward. Some real truths were vocalized for the first time this morning too, which were previously very much not touched for very good reason. Knowing what you […]

  • Last Train to Trancentral

    Last Train to Trancentral
  • Downtown Lights

    Downtown Lights

    Tomorrow, I read a poem in a Book Launch for the first time. It’s not just me, there’s nearly 30 other people involved in this, and my single poem is, as are all the others, about being neurodivergent. I’m still no further forward with a diagnosis with my Doctor, and it has been almost a […]