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WITHERED THINGS DON'T GROW

(Written in a hurry…)

You smack your lips
When you eat
And
My stomach turns
You ask me
How I am
But
You never gave a damn… 89 more words

#poetry

POETRY: Song — If You Seek. . ., by Thomas Merton

If you seek a heavenly light
I, Solitude, am your professor!

I go before you into emptiness,
Raise strange suns for your new mornings,
Opening the windows… 115 more words

God

Empty Room

Hey there folks!

I am feeling pretty simple today and decided to go back to some poetry. I found myself browsing through photos looking for inspiration when I saw the one above. 106 more words

Writing

Component Three

Solitude and Isolation

          In chapter 17 of Stargirl, she goes into the desert of find some solitude and isolation by herself. In my own opinion, we as Christians, should find solitude and isolation by ourselves occasionally, to connect with God. 270 more words

Christianity

Thoughts from the week

I feel like I’ve joined the ‘writer’s abstinence club’ of sorts lately. I think of great things to write, but I’m busily doing something else, and then I have tasks to tackle or familial bonds to reinforce with listening, advice, interventions or the like, and a dog to walk and a job, and well, then it’s past bedtime and I’ve neither read nor wrote a single line here at WP. 1,476 more words

Life

Man or Woman, Every Writer Needs a Room of One's Own

In 1929 Virginia Woolf stated her claim, on behalf of womanhood, that “a woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction” (4), and in doing so she opened the door (pun semi-intended) to the following question: does not every writer need the same? 491 more words

Writing

Minimalism, life and hiking

When you begin to consider carrying all that you need on your back for a few months, the contents of your home begin to loom in the mind as well. 1,280 more words

Life