Vines // a poem

Another poem I wrote a few years ago, and an accompanying drawing!

My brain is wrecked, my heart is hollow
Dwelling on the idols I’ve been trying to follow
I listen to them quarrel and fight in my head,
Hungry and greedy for a place on my throne
In theory, Christ’s throne
But it’s become mine

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Haikus!

One day, when I was a wee lass (like eleven or twelve), I picked up a Magic Tree House book (anyone remember those?) set in historical Japan and read it. It was then when I discovered the art form of short yet unique poetry known as the haiku. By the time I finished reading the book, my creative juices were already starting to churn. I picked up the nearest notebook and composed my very first haiku. . .

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Book Binder Poetry {Dekreel Edition}

I’ve always been a big fan of poetry and beautiful prose in general, and Evelyn’s blog post on what she calls “book binder” poetry is a great example of raw literary aesthetic. I knew immediately that I wanted to follow suit (besides, it looked like SO MUCH FUN.) So I stole drew inspiration from her idea, grabbed a couple armfuls of books from various shelves and tried my hand at composing book binder poetry of my own.

If y’all haven’t read her post on this unique genre of poetry, I highly suggest checking it out. She’s an amazing poet and she did a wonderful job. 🙂

Let’s get started! *rubs paws*

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~~Autism~~ How it Works & What it’s Like

Howdy, Hunters! Today I have a topic I’d like to talk about that I thought would be interesting: ASD. I inherited it from my dad, and was diagnosed when I was little. So I’m going to talk about what it’s like being “on the spectrum”, as well as talk through some of the symptoms.

But first, let me educate you a little bit! *throws on cliche schoolteacher outfit and produces a chalkboard from thin air*

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