Wordy Wednesdays: Sense Of Smell

Thanks to my love affair with Sleeping At Last’s latest releases, I’m inspired. This week, I want to explore the senses: smell, taste, touch, sight, and hearing. I won’t overwhelm you with them all this week but I can promise interesting ways to say “smells nice” and “that’s stinky”. Aromatic (adj.) – pleasant and distinctive […]

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Wordy Wednesdays: A Writer’s Words

It’s that time of the week again, where I introduce you to five words you may or may not be familiar with. This week’s theme is a writer’s words. Amalgamate – (v.) to combine, unite, merge, or mix to form a single thing. The sisters will amalgamate their savings to buy a yacht. Loquacious – (adj.) […]

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Wordy Wednesdays

As I was writing PCSR, I struggled because I wanted to use words that brought my world to life. I felt myself resorting to words like “rough” or “glowing” to describe what I was seeing in my head but I felt these words were lacking. This is why it’s important, in my opinion, for every […]

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A Pair of Poems

In 2015, I wrote a pair of poems I submitted to Aberration Labyrinth. At the time, I didn’t know what I was feeling and I struggled to express myself. There didn’t seem to be words for what I was feeling but I knew if I could write it down or say it aloud, I would be […]

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Alleyway

I miss you. These words are what I Tell myself as I exit the room.   These walls are dull. These halls are grey. This heart is numb.   I wish I could miss you. These words aAre what I should say,  Should feel Between my ribs like pounding fists against the wall.   I […]

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