Grasping anew

Moving day to day

Understanding a humble humanity

Poetry of life  engaging

Such instance always foregoing

Pooling over the  players of life experience

Writing bridges always one another

Interplaying realizations Communing

 

A life few understand the process and purpose of it.

 

A test

Whipping new desire
Anticipating anew
Something to be renewed about
Deepening understanding of humanity
A new fervor unto life
Perceptions varied
Undertaking always
Humanity o humanity

Hello!

My name is Kaili (rhymes with Smiley) and I’m a 25 year old singer and songwriter from Toronto! Really looking forward to doing my very first poetry marathon! Fun fact, my brother and sister-in-law are also participating.

Thought I Had

Writer
Angela Theresa Egic

This is my test, which I thought I had done!

My mind is full of music…

Poetry…

And pain!

There is joy here too!

And hope…

And imagination!

I am not usual…

I am not the “normal”;

I am just me!

Lazy Writer’s Syndrome

Greetings, salutations, and for those of you across the world! Bienvenidos/buenas dias, bien joue, ciao, and many other greetings!

 

My name is Sara, and I was a participant of the 2015 24-Hour Poetry Marathon. Now, sadly, due to work and other beastlies, I have deduced my time to 12 hours, however I will gladly give out free constructive criticism and free reviews! (such a deal, amiright?)

 

Er… a bit about myself, huh?

 

I’m a proud single mum to one furless toddler, and part-time Momma to two furred, four-legged ones. I live and contrive mischief with my own mom, Tracy, and we often consort of world dominion plans over tea and crisps. I am an intense lover of all things related to Britain(called anglophilia), am obsessed with all things weird and wonderful and drink my coffee black. As my soul.

 

I’m a happy ball of sunshine in a crazy packet, so don’t mind me when I ramble! Might I say hello to you all, and I can’t wait to see the turnout of the 2016 24-Hour Poetry Marathon!

 

Much love,

Sara <3

Marathon Preparation

Hello everyone!  I am so excited to participate in the poetry marathon;  I believe that this will be a most interesting challenge that will allow me to find out more about myself as a writer.  At this point, I don’t have much to say/write, but I will not worry about this tonight.  Instead, I will get some sleep and prepare for tomorrow.

Test Post

Testing,
Testes
Estes Park
Park Place
Lace fringes
Fringe radical
Radical process
Process test
Testing…

Hello everyone!

My name is Alora Wogsland and I’m glad to be back!

I also did the poetry marathon in 2014 and it’s good to be doing it again. I’m looking forward to racing with you all. 😛

Good luck to everyone!

I’ll see you tomorrow….

What to Write

Hello, poets and poet-wanna-be’s!

I believe I fit better in the latter category, but in my opinion, we all do in a way.

When I think of poets, I think of flowery words and famous writers from past eras. Of Emily Dickinson. Edgar Allen Poe. Shakespeare (even though I associate plays with him more so). Sometimes I wonder, with all the words that have been crafted – across calm AND chaotic waters – in all hours of the night in all the years since we’ve been able to put our thoughts on some kind of physical medium… I wonder if there’s anything left to say.

I don’t know if there is anything new, but as you can see, that is not going to stop me.

 

My name is Hayley Davis. I recently graduated from college so I’m one of those adults now with a degree that should help me in the real world. In certain ways it hasn’t, and in some ways it already has. Mostly so far I’ve gathered that I’m definitely still a student, though not in undergrad anymore.

 

So here’s to the lessons I’ll be learning for the rest of this year, this month, and this marathon. And thanks for being a part of a piece of my journey.