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The crashing of the waves
Pummels the sandy beach
And blasts the granite rocks
As the spray swamps the realm
And into the watery cauldron of boiling fury
A solitary walker entices
With a yearning for to plunge
Into the heart of the turmoil
Maybe never to return
Forever into a watery grave to be engulfed
An ending they shrink not from
For the power and might
Of the magnetic force irresistible
From the two elements primordial emanating
Stirred into a frenzy by the troublemaking wind
Beneath inscrutable skies
Where hovered low a vast moon
That the scene doth regard
With its enigmatic countenance inscrutable
And a sense indescribable of bliss and peace
The human heart with waves ever increasing does befriend
As the spirit yearns for to be slayed by the great watery dragon
That beguilingly cavorts and froths
Bathed in the spectral light during a king tide sublime
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Dear Angela. Please don’t cry for yesterday my pretty lady.
Yesterday is gone and today we have tonight.
All of us are dirty with sin.
Few of us are clean and the most of us are just seeking a safe and peaceful place to rest.
My lady of the sea, my beautiful Angela.
I loved when you tossed off your shoes and danced barefooted with the ocean.
You were my muse of the Pacific sea and I saw a perfect angel.
Not a broken woman in heart and in spirit.
Sweet Angela, the night is long and there is no cost to dance by the open sea.
Tonight we shall dance and drink the good drink and
pray to the night moon for better days.
I love you my Angela.
My Gypsy gal forget the terror of bad memory and create
new place where love was alive and we…
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Ever gotten the “I’ll be at your place in 30 minutes” text when meanwhile your home is in a state of disarray? This is how to clean it really quickly!
I hate to say it, but FOMO (fear of missing out) has been a very real part of my life recently. It has become so relevant and gruff that now I can no longer ignore it. The processing must be done or I risk facing the consequences.
Consequences takes me back to when I was a child, being taught to learn about my actions. Maybe it was for good that the word was shoved in my face every so often.
Consequences. I can’t stop but think that every breath we take has consequences; for everything that we do. And FOMO is exacerbated by everything that we do not. How can you live a life fearing all opportunities that are not taken? That is cosmically ridiculous. I laugh as I write this (technically type) because the image of an anxious brain throwing a tantrum comes to mind. Imagine being in a…
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There is something quite haunting and pathetic about those who feel the need to control: the more they try, the less they maintain. I can say pathetic because I am one of these people. I was raised a Type A control freak with anxiety in both of my back pockets. Anxiety is a good partner in these instances because it promises that with just a few more chess moves the game will be perfect. There are always just a few more things to change. To fix, rather. Anxiety promises that all the time spent will come back like a reward. I can thank God that I had a panic attack about organizing my schedule because now I have an extra twenty minutes on Wednesdays. I can thank God that my anxiety not only kept me awake but ripped my ass out of bed to check for the fourteenth time that…
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I’m pleased to see my poem and its audio recording featured in the Accentric Poetry Section of the Lithouse Journal. I’m really thankful to the EIC Danae Spyrou for giving the space in her journal. Litehouse Journal is one of its kind as it features the work of the exophonic writers in the community. It promotes literature and poetry from exophonic writers.
Exophony is the practice of (normally creative) writing in a language that is not one’s mother tongue and crosses national stylistic or cultural boundaries.
You can hear the recording of my poem “Syncopation” here.
Haiku Crisp snow underfoot Icicles cracking on trees The sounds of winter Copyright © 2020 Christine Bolton – Poetry for Healing
Welcome to the Daily Dose of Self Love. This series will be about self love, self care, self esteem and self worth. Basically everything related with SELF. My aim with this series is to give you a daily boost of self love and self care. We all get busy with our lives and sometimes it leaves us less or no time to take time for ourselves, be with ourselves, wash off all the negativity that we accumulated during the day with self love, meditation, etc. The daily boost will be in an easy to understand and more importantly something which is relatable. So Welcome!!
Self Love Practice Tip #14
Self compassion. If you haven’t heard of this word before, please know that this is incredibly important. Compassion comes from Buddhism, this idea that we are kind to ourselves which seems very simple but yet so few of us actually do…
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