This is a collage for Elijah Hall, the main character of Cages. He is nineteen, soft as a cotton ball, a pastor’s child, and does Very Bad Things. He learns some life lessons from a bird shifter in the Wakewood. His life is unconventional.
I’ve decided to do an editing process for the poem I wrote a little while ago! This will be the first time on this blog that I’ve edited my own piece. Unedited: My edits: 1. I switch the order of the first two lines, because “we get it” sounds more exasperated than “we understand.” That way, […]
For those of you who don’t know, I intend to go into publishing in the future! That means that I’m dedicated to editing. It’s my favorite part of the writing process, and in all honesty, I’m rather ruthless with it! Because editing is something I enjoy so much, I’ll now start posting about my editing […]
A fun kind of poetry I can actually do: try to find poems in the cold AI of the Google search engine! Here are a few I threw together lately. I promise it takes more effort than it looks like.
Here is an important thing about me: I don’t write poems. I don’t understand the intricacies of writing them, I’ve never practiced, and I’m not all that good at them. Maybe because I’m fairly bad at simile and metaphor. And yet, we have here a poem! Miracle of miracles! If you have any suggestions for […]