Hey there, It's been a while. The silence has been deafening. But through the journey of discovering myself, I muted my existence in this realm. And how busy I have been! And how much has happened since! I won't bore you with the details but I will tell you that it has been beautiful. In … Continue reading Muted Existence
Hey there, Do not fear the woman with power. Do not fear the woman who controls her body, who owns her body, who values what's between her legs. Do not fear the woman who knows what she likes and will tell you how she likes it. Do not fear the woman who will tell you … Continue reading Do Not Fear the Woman
Hey there, At midnight it will be February 2nd, 2017. At midnight, I will officially have traveled around the sun 29 years. At midnight, a new ring will form in the centre of this tree. At midnight, I will breathe life from a body with a new age. At midnight, I will no longer tell … Continue reading Mere Hours to Twenty-Nine
Hey there, I read a really interesting article yesterday that talked about the character Ryan Gosling played in La La Land. I didn't disagree with it's point of view - in fact, I said leaving the theatre that "Sebastian" was actually a loser who didn't deserve a date in the first place - but it … Continue reading How Are We Defined?
Hey there, Apologies for the silence on here. Getting back into the groove of things at work kept me busy, and then reading kept me busy, and then writing poetry kept me busy. Blogging took a back seat. A lot has happened since I last wrote in this blog. I think, looking back on my … Continue reading Changes, And Changing is Never so Simple
Hey there, Depending on how well you know me, you may have a general idea about my love and obsession for Ernest Hemingway. Here's the strange thing, though; it extends beyond an appreciation for his texts. It gets into literary husband territory. What's literary husband you ask? It's like when someone "fangirls" about a celebrity … Continue reading Oh, How This Heart Leaps for Hemingway
Hey there, I saw La La Land for the second time last night because, yes, it was that good. It was right up my alley; a movie about following dreams, romanticizing life, and it was tied all together with a nostalgic, vintage feel of an old-school Gene Kelly movie. And there were a lot of … Continue reading A Commentary on La La Land and Dreamers