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The Open Journal: Day 1 - Black Sisyphus

September 1st

Every enjoys a nice spoken word about the revolution. And I can enjoy a spoken word poem about it as much as the next person, but, personally I’ve always found it important to speak about depression and suicide in my poetry. 266 more words


The Bench by Anirudh Vasdev

Poem Link: http://anirudhvasdev.blogspot.in/2013/10/the-bench-by-anirudh-vasdev-8th-october.html

There are three things which I liked about this poem.

One, it has been able to give life to something that is for all scientific reasons, quite dead. 194 more words


Albert Camus walks into a bar...

Scratch my head, wonder what I’m going to write about. Take a drink of beer, look around the room for inspiration. Something to ground myself to a story to describe how I feel. 436 more words

133: Slope

Rolling with deja-vu, Sisyphus-like, upwards, heading for level ground, the incline sets my whole body at a new slant. I look towards the clouds, not the horizon, and the feeling that I might suddenly launch like a gull is palpable. 41 more words

Fresh Mercies Daily

Forever Cinderella

Sleepless in your reason, trying to leave your mind behind,
The Big Dipper out your window, talks you through your lines.
You have the theatre of the earth and the language of the stars… 100 more words

Creative Writing


I said I was going to try and write regularly. I haven’t done a great job holding up to that this week. I’ve been in a place. 245 more words

Mental Health