poetry

Poem: Control Freak

Control Freak You knew I used to dance with anorexia and that, sometimes, it still gripped my flesh and whispered in my ear yet you still tried to tell me what to eat.   I am lucky that I’m stronger now and that your words mean nothing to me.

short stories

Introducing a New Short Story Series

New Short Story Series Recently, when I was supposed to be writing a paper, I wrote a short story instead (oops). As a whole, it is untitled as of yet, but each part will have its own title/chapter name. There was no planning involved, and every subsequent part will be the same; impulsive, mildly creepy,… Continue reading Introducing a New Short Story Series

poetry

Poem: Recurrent Nightmare

Recurrent Nightmare I see you everywhere.   You’re in Night drives and Twisted sheets, Old horror films and Glitter crusted boots, Spiked hair and Succulents and Triple chocolate cake.   You’re in Dial tones and Unanswered messages, Seen at 1:43 am, Purple vomit On the club floor. Broken bones and Sharp promises I know you… Continue reading Poem: Recurrent Nightmare

Writing Prompts

Writing Prompts #2

More writing prompts coming your way! I don’t have much to add today, other than have fun, and share your creations with me if you want to.   Write a story or poem..   About a local legend. That focuses on two sides of the same story. Using the words lamp, exacerbate, and paint. About… Continue reading Writing Prompts #2

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Poem: Anyway + Submit Your Writing

Submit Your Writing (and art, and photography) When I created this blog, it was with the intention to share creative work, ranging from poetry to longer fiction, and including art and photography as well. However, what I want for this blog is to include the reader in the creative experience, so I've created a page… Continue reading Poem: Anyway + Submit Your Writing

Inspiration

Challenging Yourself: Overcoming Fear and Welcoming Change

Challenging Yourself Sometimes, we float through life without really challenging ourselves. We choose relationships, activities, and jobs because they’re easy, or because that’s what we think we’re supposed to do, not because they’re right for us. This causes us to fall into a cycle of comfort and complacency; we don’t test ourselves by trying anything… Continue reading Challenging Yourself: Overcoming Fear and Welcoming Change