Row80 – The Void

“We jump into the void with only our courage and the beauty of the world to sustain us.”
― John Tarrant, The Light Inside the Dark

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Photo by Morgan Dragonwillow

 

Every day is a challenge to keep my spirits up, I cry often. I’m dancing, moving my body to help move out all the old stuck energy. I choose uplifting things to read, I’m using Reiki for healing and writing daily. If you missed my last check in explaining what this is all about, you can find it here, Row80 – Losing Myself.

I put my NaNoWriMo story on the back burner and I’m currently working on the WIP of experiential poetry prompts and the Soul Prompts WIP that I’ve been working on forever and a day. Hopefully I will have them done by spring.

I’m participating in Reverb15 by Kat McNally and the first post I wrote for was about the selfies we’ve taken over the past year – Reverb15 – Selfies 2015.

That’s if for now, hope you are doing well.

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Visit the other Rowers and support their writing journey by leaving word love in their comments. Of course any words of encouragement are much appreciated here as well.

 

Read.Dance.Write.Repeat.

 

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Morgan Dragonwillow is a writing rebel, foodie, urban gardener, recovering perfectionist, poet & author that (mostly) doesn’t let her fears get in the way of her passion for writing and creating. She is team leader at @StoryDam, creatrix of #OctPoWriMo

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3 thoughts on “Row80 – The Void

  1. I love, love, love that picture!

    Good luck with the experimental poetry WIP. I’ve been meaning to do something with my poetry, but there always seems to be something going on. Maybe someday. 😉

  2. I’ve managed NaNoWriMo twice, then had to take a break because MBA. I had high hopes for this year, but… life. So I’m in the boat with you for having started, and now having to reconsider. I’m choosing to understand the process as having lost my creative writing muscles, so necessarily having to rebuild the capacity to generate fiction on a slower basis than what I had expected. It sounds like you’re doing some of the same things I am to address the need to get back in the saddle–energetically, physically, and nutritionally. I hope the emotional element follows for you. Good luck on your path. 🙂

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