Patrons and baristas, though my voice has been quiet this week for reasons too exhaustive to write about, I hear you. Hearing you, I am grateful to be here. I will get back to the PYM and Crazy Writing Thoughts ... but first... a new poem: stolen from the wind this quiet voice heard stolen … Continue reading Stolen From the Wind
Why So Many People Want To Be Writers https://momentsbloc.wordpress.com/2018/06/07/why-so-many-people-want-to-be-writers/ — Read on momentsbloc.wordpress.com/2018/06/07/why-so-many-people-want-to-be-writers/ Fantastic share today.
I wrap up the PYM 5.21 Summary a little late this week due to travels, but please enjoy! Our very own Eugenia encourages us to look at things differently, to turn things on their heads. What better advise could we get this morning? Just be careful that you do not take up this suggestion until … Continue reading PYM 5.21 Summary Part Four
A low laptop battery and overdue time with kids leads me to a short summary today. Please enjoy a different look at the sea, some dark stories and poetry, and beautiful takes on love today! L. Stevens at Every Day Strange Blog kicks things off today with the antipode of where Chuck began us yesterday. … Continue reading PYM 5.21 Summary part Three
Chuck takes us to the sea, we dream new dreams, we fall in love, we are disappointed by love, we free ourselves from toxic love all with some help. Enjoy today’s selections! CHUCK! Our very own (un)reluctant poet, kicks if off today with a haiku straight to my heart. The original SailorPoet says yes to … Continue reading PYM 5.21 Summary Part Two
So we gather, so we listen, So we sew together a fabric: Half-hitch rhymes and quick Stitches knit tight our time.
The first summary of the PYM 3.21 provides us with a wide array of subject matter that juxtaposes the many aspects of the human expereince, from the support of a friend daring to pursue her dream to the struggle with suicide; from the great beauty of humanity displayed in the Royal Wedding to a myth … Continue reading PYM Summary 5.21 Part One
Ms. Wooldridge writes about collecting words this week; keeping a small journal to write words down during boring meetings, making them up, collecting them from readings. An interesting idea, one I have occasionally tried but never with much consistency. Once upon a time at a writing critique group, one of the members commented that choosing … Continue reading Crazy Writing Thoughts for the Week 5/28
I wrap up the PYM 3/14 Summaries with the first 5 posts, back to front. Here we make connections with a life spent at sea, finding our spiritual home in nature, wondering about about living in the moment and setting goals, plucking music to defeat the darkness, and the beginning of a wonderful new adventure. … Continue reading PYM 3/14 Summary Part Five
Let's take a short trip back in time... My dear, Brave and Reckless friend, Christine has recorded the first mass-collab from the Go Dog Go Treetop Cafe. Gina has suggested that they be read together as one piece, so below the Soundcloud links of Christine is the combined piece. The list of stanza authors is … Continue reading Spoken Word Renga(s): Solving Lonely Winter Nights and Spring Responds to Winter Loneliness