That Time I Wrote a lot of Poems

With the hype of NaNoWriMo I realised I never reflected on my 30-poems-in-30-days. So, here we go. I have three notebooks stashed in my guitar case, within them holding my songs and poems. I filled up half a notebook during my month of writing a poem a day; some small rhymes, others thoughts that were … Continue reading That Time I Wrote a lot of Poems

NaNoWriMo: Day Seven

Day seven and I’m going strong! I’m currently 100 words ahead of schedule, so I’m hoping to do a lot of writing today so I’m ahead by a larger amount. On Monday (day five) I only wrote 200 words and it was quite discouraging, but last night I wrote about 3,000 words, and today 2,000 … Continue reading NaNoWriMo: Day Seven

Poem #5

Today’s rhyme: New idea – Been done before. This time is different – Are you sure? Writing so many small bits and pieces is a bit discouraging. I feel like I’m not writing anything of substance, or importance. I like writing little poems, but the fact they don’t fit anywhere it pretty irritating. Like – … Continue reading Poem #5

Lost and Found

Just a lil' thing to say hi. Get back in the groove, so to speak. Something about blogging even if a thought isn't polished. 'Lost and Found', a poem by me: I need You To watch over me. To carry me home To calm the seas. I'm a lost sheep Worn, tired. You're the Shepherd … Continue reading Lost and Found

Thoughts and Edits

The journey of editing my novel is bizarre, to say the least. There's a constant change of my mind; the writing is brilliant and I've impressed myself beyond measure or it's so poorly written I should delete it all. The characters have fantastic development or they're two dimensional people with no life. It's a meaningful … Continue reading Thoughts and Edits

Poems (Easier)

Poems can be easier to post on my blog because they can be abstract and I can hide behind a metaphor without fully explaining the meaning of it. There's so much room to interpret what it means that the significance of the poem gets lost underneath the struggle to understand it. With a poem, the … Continue reading Poems (Easier)