From e-book to print, and what comes next…this wraps up the series detailing the story of my book, “Let it Flow”. Continue reading
Can we really change the world?
Or are we waiting for our new heroes?
Our new revolutionaries?
Malcolm, Dr King, Ali, Mandela…all historical figures to us now.
But have their struggles really come to an end? Continue reading
With this rising,
may you rise above
the murky waters of your past.
May you be elevated beyond who you are,
to who you are becoming.
May the Light of this day – this start,
be accompanied by Truth, Courage, Wisdom, and Opportunity. Continue reading
In celebration of World Poetry Day (21st March), and in light of the isolation many people find themselves in at this moment, the electronic version of my book – Let it Flow – will be available for just 99c* on Amazon Kindle for one week, starting Tuesday 24th March 2020. (It may even be free!) Continue reading
Reject their news media.
Their unhealthy fascination.
Be free of their poison.
They feed it to you:
slowly…constantly…unrelentingly. Continue reading
Cut, copy, and paste;
re-write, enhance, remove;
find the themes;
assemble a flow
which will ease the audience
through years of personal experience:
pain and persistence,
joy and triumph,
lessons and wisdom,
gathered along life’s path. Continue reading
A new world. A new vision.
Lying with one eye covered,
I’m almost floating in the clouds:
engulfed in blue and white;
no longer constrained
by the physical limits down below:
no buildings, no trees,
nor concerns to capture my time. Continue reading
From an early age, I loved reading. It was my favourite pastime: the thrill of delving into other worlds…the words on a page coming to life. Naturally, this progressed to an affinity for creative writing. Teachers would compliment my work and encourage me to write outside of school. Though I appreciated those kind words, I didn’t see myself pursuing it as a career. I believed that a writer’s livelihood depended on inspiration and creativity – gifts which I couldn’t take for granted. So, at the age of seven, the threat of writer’s block killed what may have become a career in writing. Continue reading
The printed edition of the book is due out very soon. Do you want a copy? Details inside… Continue reading
A poem expressing the internal struggle I faced in a specific period where I was trying to keep my writing dreams alive while my spirit was being suffocated in a dead-end job. Continue reading