Nature’s Call

One of the best things that has happened due to lockdown is that I am able to spend more time with nature. I have been able to discover places in my local area that are filled with lush greeneries and even some body of water. Living in London usually contains the hurry and bustle ofContinue reading “Nature’s Call”

Day Seven – Poetry Challenge

To commemorate the challenge accepted One of poetry and sentimentality Each line that follows will tell the tale Of poetry that spoke of pandemics world wide Of poetry that voiced those forced into silence Of poetry that described memory captured in a frame Of poetry that defined identity by name Of poetry that lamented theContinue reading “Day Seven – Poetry Challenge”

Unfinished…

After 5 days of poem writing, day six found me with little inspiration or enthusiasm. So I did what any reasonable person would have done, which was google poetry prompts. Not quite liking any of them, I decided to open my collector’s edition of Sense and Sensibility and picked words that resulted in my unfinishedContinue reading “Unfinished…”

Week 1 of Social Distancing

So it has been just over a week since I began my social distancing and working from home. This means that I’ve been mostly indoors, except for the occasional grocery shopping trip. It has been an interesting week, so I thought I’d share my highlights, lowlights, and things I’m looking forward to in week 2Continue reading “Week 1 of Social Distancing”

Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History

I was recently given a key chain with this quote on it, and was told by mutiple people that the key chain fits with my personality. This gave me the opportunity to think about it sincerely and to wonder whether or not it does in fact a) describe me, and b) whether or not theContinue reading “Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History”