I started blogging about my illness by referring to it as a journey. It’s more of a kidnapping, as I did not choose this path but rather it chose me. Thus, I now refer to it as This Odyssey. I do have choices – no to suffer, to be happy, and now to share thisContinue reading “More On This Odyssey”
She’s No Lady Very happy to be published by Dissident Voice again. Please click the link to see it.
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It’s been a difficult three days. I could not sleep on Monday night as I stayed up too late reading poetry. I was also happy that I had been published on Sunday. So I became what I term ‘buzzed’ – the adrenalin in my nervous system is overwhelming and causes me to be incapable ofContinue reading “This odyssey 2”
War The link will take to my poem in ‘Dissident Voice’.
Brendan Constantine’s enormous talent and style are instantly recognisable in his latest poetry collection. His ability to play with words and ideas are, to me, unrivalled and his work is right at the top of my list of living poets. I wish it were possible to give this four and three quarters stars. Some ofContinue reading “Review: Dementia,My Darling by Brendan Constantine”
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‘Different’ is a fantasy story for teenagers. It really is a different sort of story and examines the feelings of and reactions to being other than the people one mixes with in everyday life. Frank Mundo takes a 12 year old boy on an emotional roller coaster journey in this highly imaginative and well writtenContinue reading “Review: “Different” Frank Mundo”
I am not fighting this disease. I am not winning, I am not losing. It is a day by day living – enjoying the happiness, not letting the very hard and difficult times overwhelm me. It is acceptance of what is, not ignoring it nor dwelling in its awfulness. Managing the pain becomes a habit.Continue reading “This point on my Journey”