Tag Archives: change

Blowing In the Wind

I put this song up earlier last week, but then left it because I couldn’t think of a thing to say in response to it, let alone write anything coherent in relationship to it. Actually I think I was hoping … Continue reading

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Flutters of Change

For the most part, I write poetry. But, there are always those spaces of time, like now, when I want, and even need, more than form and structure. Want to spread out, explore more than one specific theme, thought, or … Continue reading

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Moving On

It’s May 1, 2014 and NaPoWriMo is over. Time to move on to other things. I reached for my colored pencils yesterday. Before I could use them, I had to wipe a thick layer of dust from the box because it’s … Continue reading

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Journal Writing Prompt #4

  This prompt will be using that little writing exercise I asked you to do last week. The one about writing that statement 10 times, but also taking notes about what was going on inside your head at the same … Continue reading

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Journal Writing Prompt #2

  Hello again. Week 2 is here. Did you make an attempt at that list? And did anyone besides Viv, jump out in front and add more than casual notes to any of the beginnings you were asked to write … Continue reading

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Perfect Imperfection

For Writers Island prompt #18:  If Only http://writersisland.wordpress.com/ This is what I wrote, on the spur of the moment, the last time I was faced with this prompt:  Circling Flashbacks Ah yes, those famous “If Only’s.” Vultures that visit in … Continue reading

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Leaving Normal To Find Normal

  Not sure just quite where I am at, this morning. Been a very full week, especially for a quasi-hermit. There is a part of me that wants to get back to normal, but normal isn’t what or where it … Continue reading

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Flying By The Seat of Ones Pants

  In my last post, I indirectly wrote of the possible consequences of breaking  a well established rule. I am specifically referring to the comment about how that might encourage one to peer more closely at all the other rules, scrutinizing … Continue reading

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Resisting Conversation

  It’s far too early to report on my new Q. and A. format in my journal. Just haven’t been at it long enough. One week of it isn’t enough to tell if it’s worth continuing, but I do have … Continue reading

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Mindsets and Leaky Boats

  One of the easiest ways to close the doors of ones Creativity Closet is to form a mindset that doesn’t allow for new possibilities. A mindset is a habit of thought. Just as we have physical habits that make … Continue reading

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