Poems, Poetry, Poets
Some lays of the Fianna, translated from the Irish by Annraoi de Paor with illustrations by Tim Halpin
Spoken Word - Poetry, Flash Fiction, Prose
The Things That Are In My Head.
Stay Bloody Poetic
Author of 'Unmuted', 'Saudade' and 'Psychopathogen'
home of the elusive trope
Sharing writing tips, information, and advice.
Words about pictures by Michael Scandling
Writing, Poetry & Creativity | Angela T Carr, Dublin, Ireland
Kay McKenzie Cooke Website & Blog
My journey through photography
landscape and change
My poetry is my religion.
Colouring Outside The Lines
Expressing moments of Inspiration within a cozy setting
"He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds." Ps 147:3
Meanderings and Commentary
Art • Nature • Exploration
A Photographic Journey Through South Staffordshire
Amidst the chaos of Kashmir and confusion of medical sciences, let's do something that we really love - write!
Poetry inspired by ethereal feelings, life events and personal philosophy.
A Journal of Brief Literature
Film, Music, and Television Critic
Art and Lifestyle by Brandon Knoll
French magazine - art & visual culture
A palette of general thoughts & travel stories from all around the world
If you want to be a hero well just follow me
a poetry blog & online home to the work of José Angel Araguz, Ph.D.
7 thoughts on “ORIGINS”
Vast question. And I like the roundness of this. It’s a good start to discovering about birth, to accept that it’s part of a cycle.
Exactly, coming back to the beginning has certainty reinforced that, in a good way, mostly 🤭☘️💚
It’s going back to one point, and pushing off to another. Never static.
Wonderful Damien. (K)
Thanks Kerfe 🙏🤗
I adore this!
Thank you so much Patricia 🙏🤗