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Melville

bedeviled seamen
deep ocean consolation
harpoons rust below
tribulations under sail
resolved in dark ironies

POETRY

world's (not so) strongest man

Pain is so very isolating.

Mix that with being alone, and it is the recipe for a long day. I’ve been having too many of them. 681 more words

Blogging 201: Day One- Set 3 Goals

I’m late again (sigh), but I’ve been so busy I just haven’t been able to get around to this project til now. I had high hopes for this Blogging 201 challenge, but I’m thinking since I’m so late to join, that I’m probably not going to get as much out of it as I had hoped. 408 more words

Lifestyle

Writer's past as a poet

My dedication to Goddess Poetry

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Oh! sir you want to know, how every bit of this feels- this success, this grandeur, this fame.

Well all of this affords me the necessity of a wider audience and comfort of assured readership, a situation I’m extremely glad to be in. 576 more words

Poetry

A Coagulating Crush.

Writer’s Block: 

A consistent betrayal of my eclectic creations

Your hair:

Tracking the riverbeds of my fingers

This desk:

A butcher’s block for the words, massacring my eyes in the slaughter of the senses. 49 more words

Pay Attention to Who You Listen To

“Instead of listening to those who say you can’t, listen to those who say you can.” –Cliff Harrison

Quotes

3 Female Memoirists: Kerman, Gilbert, & Strayed, or, Why They All Gotta Be Blonde?

*My interview with Tawni Waters was reposted here on the San Miguel Writers Conference website!*

Recently my boyfriend became obsessed with Piper Kerman, author of the memoir… 938 more words

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