with a bit of news.
I’ve got a lot of things I’m doing and finally feeling as if something is truly brewing in my pot of ideas and plans. So, if you like my art, please think of supporting me in my endeavor. I know WordPress is my writing platform but I do have my chapbook in the works with new art I’m doing for it. Plus this is also where I talk about everything. So, I thought it was still quite fit to advertise myself.
Be sure to follow me @dearphil.anne for short poetries, rants, and photographs on Instagram.
Seriously, things are feeling pretty good. I hope I didn’t just jynx myself.
Have a wonderful Thursday. I’m flying to the Philippines tonight so expect more writing! By the way, how’s Georgiana? Well, since you didn’t ask, lol, I’m on my eighth chapter and working steadily as possible. I’m truly excited to finish my not-so-biography-but-more-like-creative-non-fiction-to-fiction novel. xD
And check out my latest poem: this is 25. I’m almost at Poem 100, crazy!
Ps. I don’t drink coffee but tea is yummy!
this is 25.
i flatter myself some days,
build my confidence with “i love you’s”
said by a beautiful reflection.
i have scratches, cuts, bruises, and wounds
which never disappears
but i am new, each and every day.
twenty and a five,
they mean very little to others
but to me, it was a goal.
i crash and i burn
and am reborn.
velajune / dearphil.anne @ IG
I’m possibly moving my blog… uhh that’s a bit scary to say. The truth is, I’d like to incorporate more of my true self/ blogging self with my art. So, I’d like to post my poetry and short stories with my art. At the same time, it doesn’t sound that wise of a move. People who like my writing may not like my art or vice versa. So… upon thinking more about it, what I truly would like to get into is collecting all my wordpress work and reworking it with my art blog.
My art blog? I’m currently working through it. I don’t have it done. I’ve purged all the original stuff that were on it so that I could start from scratch. I’m debating how to format it that I 1. won’t get tired of the design, 2. easily understood by newcomers, and thirdly has to be able to present my art and writing beautifully or at least doesn’t take away from the work. Continue reading