Briny water shines on the shoulders of the horizon with swell after swell, while gulls ascend like risen souls, the sea’s voice lingers in a shell. © Roxi St. Clair Filed under: Poetry Tagged: Ocean, Poetry, Roxi St. Clair, Sea, Voice ...―
We sat on the veranda of his hotel room and sipped tea while he lamented about the continent he just crossed leaving a land more civilized than this. I asked him how Liz was doing and if she was still a virgin… He said, “She lost her...―
my heart, impassioned and stirred trying to trust again my soul, resonates trying to find a peaceful passage my hand, on the outside reaching in trying to change me my head, this space trying to make sense of everything my voice, always expressing...―
I’m on the shelf, an unread book the people pass by and almost look my pages of poetry turning brown but nobody stops to take me down maybe I’m too high and out of view though I wrote these words for you we all do look alike, this I...―
Beauteco Box* (£10 + P&P, link) ∙ Going through my post pile, I noticed this month's Beauteco box at the bottom, so I eagerly pulled it out and opened it up. This, 'see what's inside before you buy', beauty subscription box seems ...―
There’s me. The quiet one. I’m the one wearing the hat. So many days blended unknown, those who visit me everyday can’t hear me speak and sometimes I’m maddened by this stillness. Generations stop to give me the same blank...―
The St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) runs June 20-22 in St. Petersburg, Russia. The forum provides a unique platform for global leaders to engage with their peers in finding solutions to the most pressing global issues. This ...―
Brought to you by the fabulous Wunderkind PR... ∙ I'm so excited to welcome one of the BIGGEST names in women's fiction, Barbara Delinsky, to the blog today to celebrate her newest release from St. Martin's Press. ∙ Welcome to Books...―
I have evolved, I’m letting go, of years spent in conflict and strife, I’m magnificently unprepared for the normality of life. © Roxi St. Clair . Filed under: Poetry Tagged: Change, Evolving, Life, Poetry, Roxi St. Clair, The ...―
Hey loveys! ∙ Um... so first up, I'm sorry I've been missing all week. Seriously. I had no idea I hadn't posted since Tuesday until yesterday at some point. I have been kind of lazy in all aspects of life lately and I guess I assumed that ...―
Will Ferguson, author of Spanish Fly, Canadian Pie, Happiness, Beyond Belfast, Hitching Rides With Buddha, Beauty Tips From Moose Jaw, Coal Dust Kisses: a Christmas Memoir, Why I Hate Canadians (he's a Canadian author), How to Be Canadian (with ...―
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