All posts tagged: Reflections

Reflections: Gothic Halloween in Poetry

10.31.18 Hello everyone! Last day of October, how about some poetry? Again? Yes, again, but this time with some gothic themes to it. Here are three to read…   Ravenna by Oscar Wilde (Newdigate prize poem recited in the Sheldonian Theatre Oxford June 26th, 1878. To my friend George Fleming author of ‘The Nile Novel’ and ‘Mirage’) I. A year ago I breathed the Italian air, – And yet, methinks this northern Spring is fair,- These fields made golden with the flower of March, The throstle singing on the feathered larch, The cawing rooks, the wood-doves fluttering by, The little clouds that race across the sky; And fair the violet’s gentle drooping head, The primrose, pale for love uncomforted, The rose that burgeons on the climbing briar, The crocus-bed, (that seems a moon of fire Round-girdled with a purple marriage-ring); And all the flowers of our English Spring, Fond snowdrops, and the bright-starred daffodil. Up starts the lark beside the murmuring mill, And breaks the gossamer-threads of early dew; And down the river, like a flame …

Reflect on Your Creativity

7. 31. 18 Hello everyone! Last day of the month of July and it’s time for Reflections. Take a look at these quotes that reflect on creativity…                       Enjoy the rest of your Tuesday evening, be blessed!     Image source: Pngtree, izismile.com, Mostly True Stories of K. Renae P.,& Columbus Museum of Art

Reflections: Challenge Your Creativity

6. 29. 18 Hello and Happy Friday! There times as creative people, we can get ourselves into a rut. I think I’ve mentioned this before about when writers have writer’s block, it’s the same with creative folk, but there are ways you can Challenge Your Creativity…             If that doesn’t challenge you, then I don’t know what else to say. Enjoy your Friday, be blessed.               Image source: Pinterest, Unstuck, Bali Web Design, and unknown

Reflections: Having Faith

May 30 / 18 I’m doing theme with this. Fear now Faith.           If you have faith to follow your goals, your dreams…everything will fall into place. Enjoy the rest of your day or evening, be always blessed.   Image source: Pinterest, Freshly Married, Wallpaper13.com & PictureQuotes.com

Reflections: Poems of Ambition…

April 30 / 18 We all have ambitions in our life. We want to set a goal and we’re not settling for less. People think ambition is a terrible thing when in reality it is not. If you set some goals, write them down, and not let people, procrastination, or anything else get in the way, then you know you’re on your way to something great. Here are two poems, National Poetry Month, I found that really spoke to me, especially the second one.               Image source: musings at random & Pinterest