A bald life

Hahaha, well done. 🙂 -OM
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t r e f o l o g y

A barber with no hair

is always suspect

but only he 

walks the line 

between the two worlds


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Autumn Hues

Beautiful colors and words. 🙂
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thoughts and entanglements


autumn hues –
splash of color
chasing the blues

Pat R


Daily Haiku Challenge



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She begs me to write her clothes onto the floor.

Each and every piece until her whole body has been explored.

My pen unbuttons without a second thought.

Scribbling towards what I want.

Naked body meets naked mind.

Feel your inhibitions unwind.

Feel me like you feel my words.

Smooth as hands upon your curves.

Take me now, come take me in.

Ecstasy as we begin again.

-Opinionated Man



Ronovan Writes #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt – Sweet&Scent

Great writing prompt to take part in Tessa! You can also find a prayer page on her blog! -OM
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Tessa Can Do It! Positivity is Catching!

Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge Image 2016

Ronovan Writes #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt – Sweet&Scent

The Guidelines are simple – Take the two words and write a Haiku

By Tessa Smeigh September 2017

sweet scent of lilacs

lingered through out the garden

lulling me gently

Teresa (Tessa) Dean Smeigh

-Advocate for Mental and Invisible Illnesses

-Author of Articles, Stories and Poems


http://www.finallyawriter.wordpress.com(moving posts to other blog and will be deleting this one).

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Facing Criticism

It is inevitable that at some point someone is going to challenge what you are blogging. It doesn’t matter if you share photos, food, hand puppets, or you are writing your heart out… someone will take the time to care and let you know they care about what you are doing. We love it actually and praise is awesome right? It makes us feel like superheros and we run around with our fists thrust forward pretending to fly. Or is that just me…

One day somebody told me to “stop trying to write poetry. Stop writing “word strings” or whatever silly name you made up. It isn’t good.”

You have a few choices on how you act in the face of criticism. Some people get quietly offended, some go private, some ignore the comment, some press SPAM on the comment, some hit the person in the fucking face with a medium sized frying pan from aisle 13 at Walmart…

Contrary to popular belief I am not very excitable. I know my poetry is horrible and I write it anyways because I want to. And this is my blog, I don’t subscribe to the idea that you ever “lose” your website to your audience. I think that is a bunch of bullshit. Even if this was a religious website and you were all my disciples I wouldn’t just “hand my blog over” to our deity… I’d become the fucking deity. Where were your spiritual hands when all the work was being done?

I treat humans the same way. I write a lot of open ended blog posts on blogging to share my thought process, but for the most part I know what I am doing. I am happy with what I am doing.

So how do you face criticism? That seems to be the topic of the day and in a society so ready to tell us their criticisms… what better way to prepare for life.