This month's poetry post is going to look a little different.
When I started this poetry challenge in January of 2020 I thought it would be fun to get back in touch with the art form I’d loved so much as a teenager.
So instead I turned to a writing prompt and found a simple one that merely said "tell a true story".
But I also participate in a challenge over on Instagram (@authortabathashipley) where I draft a poem based on a prompt and post it up same day with very little editing.
Last month, I decided to jump into a poetry challenge on Instagram. Here are the results of that challenge.
Before I jump into today's post I want to make on thing perfectly clear. I am not clinically depressed. I know (and have worked with) people who are. Many of those amazing people have opened up to me, knowing full well that I am an author, and shared their stories and journeys with me. I... Continue Reading →