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Ahavati said:

I don't think so.   Writing Day if you knew how many hours I have been writing today!  It's been pouring here all day in an unusual thunderstorm for this time of year.  It was a nice, quiet writing day.

Do you allow what people say to affect you?



I don't think I have the capacity to be both vulnerable and invulnerable. I consider vulnerability to be both beautiful and effective.

But I can be less vulnerable when I know there is an info war move being used on me.

Do you edit your posts a lot? I have to add my questions. I always forget!!


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not any more, I try not post stuff on an impulse. helps lots


what colour is your pain

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Yellow.

Like the song.

Would you know the date of your death if you were able too?

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question reads a bit odd...  I'll try decipher


dunno, on the one hand it would be handy to know, on the other hand it'd be a burden. So imma say no



how will you know if you're dead ?

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It’ll be much like being alive. Only with no nectar points.

Do you remember the first time you wrote a poem? What was it about?

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one of the first I wrote was called The cherry tree. my headmaster gave me the title, deal was if I wrote it and he liked it I would get a poetic licence ...which I thought was an actual thing like a driving licence.  anyhow first four lines were as thusly:


The Cherry tree is pink and tall
it grows beside the garden wall
there are no cherries on it at all
it's just a name that it is called


...I didn't get my licence



You?

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lepperochan said:one of the first I wrote was called The cherry tree. my headmaster gave me the title, deal was if I wrote it and he liked it I would get a poetic licence ...which I thought was an actual thing like a driving licence.  anyhow first four lines were as thusly:


The Cherry tree is pink and tall
it grows beside the garden wall
there are no cherries on it at all
it's just a name that it is called


...I didn't get my licence



You?


First time in my adulthood was when I wrote Lisa Rose. Not counting my four songs I wrote at 17.

Do you consider yourself impulsive? I consider myself a bit impulsive, but with the capacity to finish what I start. Problematic.

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Yes I am very impulsive I am gifted with profound ADHD.  Not many things get finished and I am always busy lol


Do you exhibit different behavior or is your thought process altered when you assume your pseudonym while writing

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Poetrybydhyana said:Yes I am very impulsive I am gifted with profound ADHD.  Not many things get finished and I am always busy lol


Do you exhibit different behavior or is your thought process altered when you assume your pseudonym while writing


An interesting question. When I write I can easily say i am "somewhere else" or I go "somewhere else". Not that I myself become a different me. I feel my writing is given to me, offered by things surrounding me. It has happened that at times Ive written things I would read somewhere though I had not read these things before myself. I believe its there that creative people and writers share common grounds. Thought webs or thought threads that we writers can find and weave into the great web.
Do you read much?

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Great answer I too have written something as you have especially with other writers one time another writer and myself posted a piece within minutes of each other and used the same words " feathers from the bottom of a birdcage" what are the chances of that?
Yes I do read a lot but my attention span does not allow me to finish a full book I actually read at least 3 or 4 at one time.
I like Russian poetry,  philosophy, history, and ancient lit. I read the phone book as a kid for fun lol


Have you read the original Kama Sutra by Vatsyayana translateed from Sanskrit not for the sex for the descriptions of love it's beautiful


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Poetrybydhyana said:Great answer I too have written something as you have especially with other writers one time another writer and myself posted a piece within minutes of each other and used the same words " feathers from the bottom of a birdcage" what are the chances of that?
Yes I do read a lot but my attention span does not allow me to finish a full book I actually read at least 3 or 4 at one time.
I like Russian poetry,  philosophy, history, and ancient lit. I read the phone book as a kid for fun lol


Have you read the original Kama Sutra by Vatsyayana translateed from Sanskrit not for the sex for the descriptions of love it's beautiful



Not yet. Sounds fun.

Honestly my attention for writing a book so far runs the length of a mini-novel, but it's action packed. I like my writing to go bang and boom a lot. My holiday fiction is a Santa Civil War. "Santa Coal"

Do you like mini novels?

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Yeah. The Hobbit. Tom Thumb. They’re lovely.

When was the last time you were amazed by something ?

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Miss_Sub said:Yeah. The Hobbit. Tom Thumb. They’re lovely.

When was the last time you were amazed by something ?


Yesterday, I was amazed by the snow and up until late watching the snow fall.
What about you?

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I honestly don't have an amazing answer to that except that I find it amazing that each generation is amazed by the snow Snow never seems to fade out of style.  





Have you ever read poetry written by mentally disable - mentally challenged- those with an impairment.  Michael Northern wrote 10 Poems to Kickstart Your Disability Lit Class one of the poems is called "I Won't Break" instructions for hugging a dwarf Google it

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I have and it's heartwarming.  We have Believe in Abilities here; it fosters and sells   the art/poetry of the mentally challenged.

What is your favorite pasttime?

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