Chemical Reaction

Chemical Reaction Stonewalled blank expression choking on words Frozen not numb dumb unfounded Mind racing thought bouncing balance malfunction Widespread panic internal quakes Self-inflicted dopamine response spaced-out drowsy complete shutdown All systems shut down Outside-in: unfeeling uncaring cold-hearted bitch Inside-out: emotional overload caring too much Remember me remember this because in those moments I can’t…

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Because Some of Us Are Older

Because Some of Us Are Older or otherwise unable to sit with a pen in paper-like zen and doodle or jot now and then My hands don’t work right just holding things tight it causes them pain day or night For words there’s a spare but drawing’s thin air It’s all in my head if…

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Maintaining a Writing Routine as a Mature Adult

Come take a look at my guest post for Writerology.net Tips for maintaining a writing routine, especially if you’re an older writer (like me). Want to write more often? Maintaining an effective routine is key, but what works at one point in life may not at another, as Lindy Mailen shares. Source: Maintaining a Writing…

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Wing-Dingin’ It

Wing-Dingin’ It Party inside my head No dress code Don’t bring anything except your own amenities Socialize with random words as you wish or stir alone a wallflower spun from gold Everyone grows old weary of effort planning and putting on airs just for musical chairs We all play in some way of charming the…

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I’ll be Blank

I’ll be Blank I suppose as I grow old my heart this knows my brain won’t hold on to everything I’ve ever known Some will go missing as how I’d grown when’s and where’s will fade away Not just yet but in those days I’ll be frank and like the dove I’ll be blank of…

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