Yesterday vs Tomorrow

A while ago I attended an online poetry workshop led by Imogen Stirling. She’s one of the most lovely poets you’ll find, and she is, of course, very talented and awesome. She was the resident artist for the Paisley Book Festival, which happened last month (or maybe earlier than that, I am never sure of … Sigue leyendo Yesterday vs Tomorrow

Here comes the sun

Here comes the sun and every time it does it makes me smile wide no matter how unsettled the troubled waters of my mind are, the bright and pure light of the mighty shining sun tames those wild tides and makes it all go better. Today it has been a sunny day. Nothing has changed, … Sigue leyendo Here comes the sun

Love is a drug

Following my own schedule, which usually doesn't concord with the rest of the world's, I have decided to share this love poem I wrote a couple of weeks ago. Alright, I confess, I shared it on Instagram the right day, but you don't need to follow me in all platforms, do you? In fact, I … Sigue leyendo Love is a drug

Once in a lifetime

(Also could be titled An Idle Scribble) This is a once in a lifetime thing Even tough it may seem to be dragging on For a whole life time. But if you feel you’re getting close To your limit to bear up the constant sight Of the same four walls Which keep you enclosed, Bear … Sigue leyendo Once in a lifetime

Manifesto for book readers

We will read as many books as we can, but not so many we no longer know what we are reading or who wrote it.We will take our time reading each of the books, so we can savour all the imagery and ideas contained.We will readily share our opinion and even recommend a title when … Sigue leyendo Manifesto for book readers