I arrived at the crossroads, pulled out my shovel and dug.

I wasn’t sure what I would turn up as I began to write again- would I find things I had lost- like my Muse my ability to create a story,  to let go and have fun?

I did.

This is what I brought out of the Alluvial Mine.

And was I surprised!

I  discovered writing Poetry is fun.

I hated Poetry almost as much as I hate Math- and that’s a lot.

Let me confess here, I know I’m not good at Poetry, I don’t even get it when I read it. But I’ve found that when you go into a project with a Devil-May-Care attitude…you can either get burned or you can have a heck of a good time.

 I had such a good time with Poetry that I’ve fallen in love with writing all over again.

I’m no poet and I never will be, but I have learned what it’s like ( through those attempt to write it) how to let go, have fun and write it down.

I can’t wait to start my next adventure

Who knows what I’ll take from that one?



Author: animar64

I write- the rest is filler

5 thoughts on “Re-Emergence”

  1. What an amazing haul you pulled from the alluvial mines. This body of work is fantastic. I loved it all but my stand out favourite was Milo’s big musings! I just love Milo’s attitude. Bravo!


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