Title: Life, Sex, and Death – A Poetry Collection (Vol 1) Author: David Ellis File Size: 421 KB Print Length: 198 pages Publisher: Self-Published by author Publication Date: January 30, 2016 Sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English ASIN: B01BB8XMW2 Formats: Paperback and Kindle Goodreads Genres: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Love Poems *The author provided me with a copy of the book in return for … Continue reading Silver’s Book Reviews – “Life, Sex & Death – A Poetry Collection,” by David Ellis
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One of the most salientmemories I havefrom childhood, was the desire to grow up. I was like the oppositeof Peter Pan. I couldn’t get old fast enough.
Sixteen was this magical creature where suddenly I would be grown up and allowed to do lots of things. I’d be a ‘real’ teenager. Sixteen came and went, and then eighteen arrived and before I blinked I was twenty-one. By the time I was twenty-five, I realised I’d made a heinousfucking mistake.
Adulthood is the equivalent ofbeing slapped daily with a decomposing Kipper infested with rabies. My life was filled with a suburban nightmare, bills, a work monotony that could make paint drying seem like the Oscars and a side order of fuck my life.
Peter Pan syndrome rapidly kicked in. I wanted to be a child forever. I rebelled against the rules, had a bit of a break down, got very fucking…
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For this week’s photo challenge from Hugh’s Views and News, who is being hosted by the ever fabulous, Ronovan, of Ronovan Writes, we are to show what “Season” means to us. Want to join the fun? Here’s what you need to do. Take or choose a photo that you’ve taken which, for you, depicts Group. … Continue reading The Seasons – Hugh’s Photo Challenge
I feel joy! There is hope for me! Great information about how many drafts your novel needs! ❤ The way I draft is an extension of the way I approach novel planning as a whole - which is to start with a simple concept and then add more and more detail until I have a … Continue reading The Drafts Your Novel Needs (and Why You Probably Won’t Use a Single Word of Your First Draft!) – ProWritingAid
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The RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #94 words are: "Diamonds & Pearls.” The poetic opportunities presented by these two words are endless. The most logical assumption is that “diamonds and pearls” are a girl's best friend! At least we can all hope. For me, it is really hard not to link these words without … Continue reading Awaiting Spring – A Haiku
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Some amazing thoughts on balance and change. This is the work of an artist! ❤
CHANGE AND BALANCE
BALANCE AND CHANGE
April 27th, 2016
(I hope this isn’t a Flowers for Algernon day…)
4-27-16 Balance coupled with Change is the answer to everything. I realized this today!
I understand it all today. I hope I still understand everything tomorrow. I’m going to write everything down, just in case.
Every, single thought sequence in this blog post could have a book written about it. Yeah… it’s THAT deep! 😀
I have done no editing. This is pure stream of consciousness stemming from this morning’s epiphany. Sorry… try not to smack me around too much.
Balance coupled with Change is the answer to everything.
Life is our ongoing attempt to balance our atoms while maintaining the balance of the Universe’s atoms.
We cannot save this planet, for change is the nature of all things. That being said, we’re certainly not doing much to help.
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