Today at d’Verse, Ingrid asked us to write a poem describing our muse. In the past poets were often inspired by a person who stimulated their imagination and brought life to their poems. My muse is Nature. One thing I enjoy as much as writing is getting a good nature shot. The bees and butterflies, […]Nature is my Muse
It is an interesting concept and one that I spoke about in my last post. When you are in lockdown trying to work out what to do can be hard. Still life photography This is probably the best type of photography to do when you are stuck at home. This genre also includes food photography […]Photography in lockdown
Verdigris I should kill her seeddisencumber the rain.
During a 3 hour drive to get our mail, we cut through Chinatown. The corner of my right eye caught the splash of colour down a side street. I knew it was a face, somehow. There was no time to stop, but I knew I would return! What a doll! … and the sweet yellow […]What A Doll!
Happy Sunday, folks, or Monday already depending on where and when you’re reading this. I know a lot of us in this community are also writers, so I thought I’d share a quote that resonated with me this week: “We may think that the book we will write will be bad. Even worse will be […]Should you force yourself to write? A discussion.
My Dear Readers, The purpose of this post is two-fold. To share with you some thoughts on poetry. To briefly give you more information about my upcoming poetry collection Woman: Splendor and Sorrow, Vita Brevis Press, release date July 31. 2021, and share with you one of my favorite poems included in this collection. Random […]On Poetry, and Woman: Splendor and Sorrow – by Gabriela Marie Milton #short essay #poem #literature
Vince Staples has seen it all. His father was a crack dealer who left him. Vince spent his time on the streets of Long Beach, California as a gang member. And eventually, the man skyrocketed into the world of high art as a critically acclaimed young rapper. But the most poignant track on his marvelous […]Vince Staples – Summertime (2015)
La mayoría de quienes están a favor de las manifestaciones son jóvenes y personas que no desean vacunarse.El 35 % de los franceses apoya las protestas contra las restricciones anticovid