By: Shyanne Sarris Sitting on an old porch, I smiled at the sky. And watched as the wind Gently carried time. And then I closed my eyes, At the thought of us. Glad we lived a life Sad to be left behind. I rocked and rocked, My chair squeaking as it moved. I breathed slowlyContinue reading “Smiled at the Sky”
By: Shyanne Sarris Somehow there is hope in this universe and I don’t know how it got there because it shouldn’t be. We are an incongruous lot that define ourselves by our trademark of death. We pretend to love life but really we just enjoy destroying it after the photograph and before we drop ourContinue reading “Somehow There is Hope”
By: Shyanne Sarris In the season of chestnuts And muddy leaves, In a park in Stuttgart, Germany An architecture for liquid – A water fountain flows, Carrying the wishes Of things its known. Yes, leaves, and chestnuts Euros and pennies All pay the price of Hopes and Dreams But what is the currency of wishes?Continue reading “Wishing Well”
By: Shyanne Sarris Oh tiny, little fox – you sit on skeletal leaves. Your eyes are wide – a galaxy in each. Lifted, your olive nose sniffs for food, shelter, companionship, Something; you sniff for something – New – Familiar I stare and wonder, “Oh tiny, little fox, what are your motives?” “Are they CandorContinue reading “Oh Tiny, Little Fox”
Dear Readers, All new adventures begin with a first step. This website is my first step. For as long as I can remember, I have loved writing. It was and is my escape from reality (something I think we all search for). In a lot of ways, I think words (and cats) were my firstContinue reading “Journey in Ink (Part 1)”
Written By: J.R.R. Tolkien Final Overall Rating: 7.6/10 First of all, this review is purely derived from my own personal opinion. If you disagree, let me know in the comments; I am always up for a good discussion or to answer questions. (Spoilers Below – Read at your own peril!) Recommend Yes or No: Yes.Continue reading “The Hobbit – A Review by Shyanne Sarris”
A list of continually updating prompts. It can be difficult to find your creative mojo. But with the help of this list and maybe a cup of coffee (or 2 or 3) a creative breakthrough is just a click away.
A list of continually updating exercises. The goal of these exercises are to help engage your natural creativity while simultaneously helping you to become a better writer. Most of these exercise will be short, some are daily recommendations and some you can even do with friends and family.