At the end of the day, the only real requirement for being a writer is to write.
In the beginning, there was soil, sky, and sea.
A response to the modern new-age movement in context of historical beliefs, culturally-based practices, and traditional definitions.
We are made of salt, and wind, and water We are made of dirt. Born from earth as breathing, walking things Sometimes brave Sometimes not. As the sacred mountain surveys the land So we take in the world Unquenchable, filled with a desire To see more, and own what we see. We are made of dirt … Continue reading Dirt
World composed of walls and shadows Light filtered through dirty blinds Light given by efficient glass bulbs Light glowing from a colorful screen World composed of dust and quiet Quiet punctuated by music Quiet interrupted by laughter Quiet moments between words A weary mind buzzing with spiraling An active mind torn between opportunities A chance … Continue reading The Recluse
There will be days You’ll fly along the surface Step after step Up the dark path with confidence The shadows won’t touch you Because you are the light There will be days You’ll stroll through high grass No darkness here Only sunshine bright and true And the perfection Of the warmth on your face There … Continue reading There Will Be Days
Satan, psychopaths, and a demon named...George?
Finding your own style and inspiration can be a frustrating process.
When Lana first began posting videos on the internet claiming to have 16 distinct personalities inside a mind fractured by childhood trauma, she told herself it was harmless.
There are plenty of tips out there to improve your writing, but these 4 changes have been vital to my growth as a writer.