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Chorus:I got my own limits but couldn’t reach but I feel a rush and a brush.
Verse 1: Don’t ask me what an doing, cause it’s been told to you guys but you won’t listen so keep acting so biggy and you will end up like a higgy piggy, so after a year or 6 months I got my way out from this trailor it’s not we are in the… 200 more words


Editor Christopher Writes - #PoemADayForAYear: 24/02/15

I think for now normality shall resume to this blog. When I started this at the beginning of the year, I was not working, as some of you may know. 397 more words

How a Story Ought to Be--Truthful and not Grotesque

One of the most prolific examples of fiction theory comes from “The Fiction Writer & His Country,” by Flannery O’Connor, a prolific fiction writer from the 1960’s South. 204 more words

Life & Writing

For the Week of February 22, 2015: Waiting

In Worcester, Massachusetts,

I went with Aunt Consuelo

to keep her dentist’s appointment

and sat and waited for her

in the dentist’s waiting room.


(From “In the Waiting Room,” by Elizabeth Bishop  819 more words

Expressive Writing

Review: Reasons to Stay Alive by Matt Haig #reasonstostayalive

How do you write a traumatic life experience like depression? In the midst of it, picking up a pen and exploring your feelings is impossible. 419 more words

Life Writing

Editor Christopher Writes - #PoemADayForAYear: 20/02/15

You’re probably sick of this by now but, what can I say, these things keep happening.

We have news.

Last month, we travelled to *redacted* to see *redacted*. 501 more words


New poem by me!

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