So this is where my inquisitive mind gets me…?

Hello everyone and greetings from Northern Ireland! My name is Anne and I’ve decided to do the full marathon. From the first, the very title of this project intrigued me, and I can’t wait to get started! I’ve been adrift from my own creative soul recently (work and more work got in the way) so now I’m diving straight into the deep end!

Im not sure what to expect, to be honest: I want this to challenge me and inspire me – and I already feel it will do just that. It’s a lovely feeling to be part of this group…all waiting to begin! I’m on GMT (plus daylight savings) so it’ll be an early start for me! xx

 

Hello from Maui

I am looking forward to this challenge….  I am part of the Maui Live Poets Society and need some new material. This will be great to push my work even further.

Hello!

My name is Jennifer Faylor, and I’m a poet from New York City. I’ll be doing the half marathon because I’m a little bit of a chicken and have never done a writing marathon this intense before! I’m excited to see what this brings out of me, and still brainstorming on a possible theme for my poems to all have.

Besides being a poet I’m also a freelance editor for other creative writers, a chocolatier, major daydreamer, and proud owner of one pet goldfish.

To prepare for the marathon I plan to clean my writing desk, do a meditation the evening prior, and stock up on edibles. I’m also considering turning off my phone for the whole day so that I won’t be distracted/pulled out of the experience by text messages/phone calls.

So excited and looking forward to this marathon with all of you! xoxo

Its all about soul..

Hey,my name is Hardika.

Well you already know my name ,
now something about my aim
I want to be a very good writer,
but often end up in an amateur fighter,
my writings are sometime good or bad
and I know I will learn like that
one should never stop fighting
as the key to learn is keep on writing..

Hello everyone..I am not good enough at writing poetry but still whenever I feel something that i am not able to convey or don’t want to share in simple words.. I write, without thinking about the outcome as I write them for my soul and this marathon is actually my attempt to explore myself through the deepest forms of writing and learning while doing so is just a bonus.

Whack the talk….

Hi,

The subject used to be the tag-line for an older, now defunct,  blog on rediff.com. I would like to start writing again and am looking for an excuse to do that.

The time difference will be something to watch. Also I am in the Middle East and we traditionally work on Sundays.

Should be fun 🙂

Cheers!

JW

 

 

Hello All

My name is Seema , I am an Occupational Therapist and a Reiki teacher and practitioner. I used to write poems in school and early college days but stopped after that. When I started practicing Reiki from spiritual perspective 2 years ago with focus on meditations and chanting I felt the urge to re start writing poems. I mostly write poems spiritual theme  based and use them as form of self healing. I hope to go with this marathon as far as I can go .

Thank you for having me here !!

Love

Seema

Hi-Adri Sinclair

Hello there fellow poets! I am Adri Sinclair, doing a full marathon.
I have never done anything like this, but I think it will be a great experience and challenge.
I am not natively English, so hopefully this won’t be too grammatically scarring for anyone out there reading!
I don’t really sleep very much – 2 hours a day – so I don’t feel like I’m giving up much on the sleep front.
I am a social writer – so will find a way to get loads of chats in via Skype, maybe Team Speak or Ventrillo…
I have only one small problem at the moment, and that is the fact that I am time-zone impaired. I need to figure out what time-zone to look at and what that means for my GMT!!
Lovely to meet you all!
XX

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