My 100 days of …creativity for last night was a Bedtime Haiku, which somehow made me really happy. So I’m putting it up as an interactive poetry instalment for you all to join in on. Add your haiku on the theme of bedtime below. Here’s mine: My bedtime haiku Composed in soft light, sipping Medicinal … More Sohbet – Bedtime Haiku
In honour of St Patrick’s Day, my #100daysof contribution for today is a limerick: I’m not wearing green, don’t lynch me. Comprehending my motive’s a cinch see: Forgetful I’m not. It just would be hot. If someone would reach out and pinch me. Ok, you drunk/green/poetic/silly people! LET’S HEAR YOURS!
One of the sticks I use to measure just how excellent I am being to myself is how often I compose in my head (and jot down!) little bits of poetry. Getting it together to actually post here as a Sohbet is A+ gold-star life management. What poetry actually measures for me is life-saturation of … More Poetry as a Metric
The tao that can be told is not the eternal Tao. The only advice I got on Taoist meditation was: try not to try not to think. There are things you’re just never going to accomplish if you really put your head to them. When I gave my friend this book, he complained of the … More ToV 1 – try not to try not to think
Well, it’s cold and flu season again, and we had so much fun with the headcold haiku last year I thought all you sadly snotty suffering people could use a bit of cheer. So, this round how about a Seuss Slam on all things snot related? A jolly exchange of odes to the code in … More Sohbet – Snotty Seuss Slam