The footsteps in the meadow. The footprints in the sand. Left empty, and so hollow. A story yet to stand. Who were they? These people The ones left behind. Travelers unstable. A mystery yet to find. Stars haven't glanced their way Wind has yet to catch them But at the end of… Continue reading Diamond Grain | Poem
Break Break Snap and awake. Take Take Steal and forsake. Snake Snake Lies and mistake. Make Make Tears in a lake. ~T. R. Noble
Warm glows of orange and yellow dance their streams of light. Though empty, not shallow in the summer night. Birds have flown to home. Cicadas hiss their song. Though I feel alone, In the warmth, I play along. The sun begins to fade A candlelight to day. Younger memories I hold. In a… Continue reading Streetlights Of Childhood | Poem
I'm working on changing the direction of this particular blog, as we speak. Some posts have gone over well, but a number hasn't. I know people get so discouraged as a writer, and having a blog can be no different. Let's talk about that. (Anyone else watch Good Mythical Morning?) What can we do? First… Continue reading How Do I Get My Blog To Stand Out?
(Check out episode 1's review here) Reactions As They Happen Well, I don't have any book references at this point (those who have read the book you will know why), so I'm sitting, sort of, on the edge of my seat wondering what they are going to do with poor Anne. (Opps, almost forgot the… Continue reading Anne With An E | Episode 2 Review
HEADS UP!!! - I will be going over spoilers covered in the first episode, as I reference the book as well. I try to be weary on what I say, but I do cover the episode, so be aware. This is my third media version of Anne of Green Gables that I've seen. First, was… Continue reading Anne With An E | First Episode Review
Dear Past Teenage Me, How are you doing? No, really. How are you doing? I know life is confusing for you. I lived it. There are going to be more nights of tears, and more days of crying in class. Secrets you will keep to yourself. But many just say it's hormones. Right? Your current… Continue reading Dear Past Teenage Me