Life can get pretty busy, but these last couple of months have been something else. In September of this year, I not only announced the fact that I was working on my book (Notes) to be published, but I also started Grade 12, the final year of high school in Canada. That transition into my… Continue reading An Update of Sorts
Almost 7 years ago, I had my first unit on poetry. We covered limericks, haikus, acrostics and more. 5 years ago, I knew I wanted to publish a book one day. I had no clue what it would be about, or when I would do it, but that goal remained in the back of my… Continue reading Notes – A Collection of Poetry and Photography
Have you ever said something that you should not have? Whether it left a bitter or sour taste, it was a comment that lingered in the back of your mind and mouth — something you wished you could take back. Blood as redas strawberries,yet it doesn’t taste the same.Dripping down my tongue,as I bite my… Continue reading Strawberries
Sunflowers are my favourite flowers, hands down. With their bright yellow colour and beautiful form, how could anyone not like them the most? They are widely known as the “happy” flower, ready to bring positivity into people’s lives. While you cannot look directly at the sun (or at least, should not), a sunflower is the… Continue reading Sunflowers, My Favourite
Many times I tend to base my poetry off of photos I have taken, or take a photo to accompany one of my poems. “Peace” was written based off of an image I snapped last summer, on my film camera using 35mm film. A peaceful scene is shown in that photo, of a couple enjoying… Continue reading A “Peace”-ful start to this series….
For a little while I have been brainstorming for the best way to share my poetry with family, friends, and my audience here on the internet. I wanted to pick a place where the poetry would be celebrated, but also a platform where I could elaborate on the words and include images that either inspired… Continue reading Weekly Work of Poetry