That’s about the size, where you put your eyes, that’s about the size of it. Continue reading “that’s about the size”
It is finished.
I posted my final poem for the month of April for Singapore Poetry Writing Month. It has been a crazy rollercoaster ride, and I’ve missed you all! I have been tempted to peek in every now and again but have tried very hard to stay focused on writing that one poem every day. My goal was to use a poetic form for every poem attempted; I am happy to report I managed to do just that. I wasn’t able to fulfil all 30 prompts, but on days I was too befuddled, I settled for a NoPrompt poem. 30 days 30 poems. Continue reading “The Changing Seasons: April 2019”
Are you prone to daydreaming? Apparently this is a strong indicator that you have an active and well-equipped brain! Well, if only my teachers had known this I would have been commended instead of chastised when my attention wandered.
Are you a daydreamer?
As I ran along a darkish path, dawn just breaking, a glint of tentative sun caught my eye. I had to stop and marvel at this illusive critter and its creation. Try and try as I did, I could not get a good shot of him with my humble iPhone (not blaming, only explaining). But I did manage to capture some of the silvery threads which called to me in the first place. Continue reading “Up early on a Saturday morning”
Stone, steel, silks, stains, syllables.
If asked, most of us would classify these are non-living. Yet, the artists in us are able to create movement, bring to life creations with these and other media. Continue reading “Moving Art”
It has been quite a month – we enjoyed the 1st half in London with our favourite walks, museums and of course, food; then mid-month, hopping on a plane back to Singapore, where we spent the remainder of the month reacclimatising ourselves to the warm weather under the hazy spell of jet lag. Continue reading “The Changing Seasons: January 2019”