The truth is that I thought twice before publishing this post (a symptom of our political correct society, I think). Anyway, I decided to post because I like to share the creative works of my Greek Orthodox Christian tradition (images, words and music) with regards to Christmas - hopefully I won't scare everyone away 😉 As… Continue reading Some thoughts on Christmas
A friend of mine mentioned that she likes to read my poems but often doesn’t understand what they are about. So I decided that from time-to-time I would comment on the thoughts behind my poems. I write poetry but I do not read much of it. Ironically enough, I just don’t get it. So I… Continue reading Thoughts on ‘A People, as Old as the World’
A big thank-you to my fellow-blogger, Amreen, for awarding me with the "PTWWW Be Inspired Badge" for participating in her weekly challenges. Even more so though, I must express my gratitude for her constant inspiration and encouragement; without it I'm afraid I wouldn't have much to write...
Great! Awesome!!! I've written the beginning and end of a story. Now to figure out what on earth(!) I'm going to put in the middle!! How is it possible to do such a thing? I'm honestly wondering whether there are other writers out there who write back-to-front/inside-out/upside-down, without a plan or the faintest idea of… Continue reading Back-to-Front/Inside-Out/Upside-Down
So the little one says to me, ‘This is the best night ever, I don’t want it to end!’ When I ask her why she shrugs her shoulders, ‘I don’t know, it was fun’. I think to myself, ‘What did we do that was so fun?’ She showed me her sword, her fencing gear –… Continue reading Play Simply