8 – Poems

1. Soliloquy of a StarThe peaks of blues released in harmonyin between the dense clouds of rain filled pocketsI notice how the break of windfalls beside my friend.The other break flows up and aroundin the valley hills,a rumble echoes across the planeI hear the rolling unfeigned sorrowOf Cat Stevens and his guitar playingwhile the whippingContinue reading “8 – Poems”

Data Sonification: Sounds from Around the Milky Way

February 5th, 2021, by Christine Reeves Report on article: Data Sonification: Sounds from Around the Milky Way Our ancestors from the beginning time created images to represent what they saw. But how does an image turn into sound? When I turn on my radio, I know that I get the frequency of radio waves thatContinue reading “Data Sonification: Sounds from Around the Milky Way”

My Feet

Bullying occurring in a relationship kills any romance that once was alive. My feet have walked in safety, I walked in love before, and I know what it’s like to feel the grass under my feet, or the water flowing between my toes. I even felt the sand tickle them. But there is something aboutContinue reading “My Feet”

14th-Page-Creative writing class-one page at a time during the pandemic

I was getting ready for a morning walk when I found one sock on the floor. So, I checked my jeans, the bed, the bathroom, the couch no sock. So, I started to crawl underneath the covers, trying to find the matched pair. Do you ever get mornings like that where you cannot seem toContinue reading “14th-Page-Creative writing class-one page at a time during the pandemic”

15th-Page-Creative writing class-one page at a time during the pandemic

“It is with fire that blacksmiths iron subdueUnto fair form, the image of their thought:Nor without fire hath any artist wroughtGold to its utmost purity of hue.”by Michelangelo Buonarroti, https://mypoeticside.com/poets/michelangelo-buonarroti-poems#block-poems A new start, here I am amidst my greatest masterpiece for trying out this assignment something happens to wreak havoc on my success. Isn’t lifeContinue reading “15th-Page-Creative writing class-one page at a time during the pandemic”

16th-Page-Creative writing class-one page at a time during the pandemic

The lyrics are steady and sure. The letter tears through curtains that are torn open, and the beat of the lines are a continuous trail of story and song merged like the ocean merges into the open rivers. Cohen has the beautiful ability to take the drama in life and put it in the songContinue reading “16th-Page-Creative writing class-one page at a time during the pandemic”

What was that Noise? It’s Goose Management

“If you were a bird, and lived on high,You’d lean on the wind when the wind came by,You’d say to the wind when it took you away:“That’s where I wanted to go today!” ― A.A. Milne, When We Were Very Young It was a beautiful day; for a 2-hour walk, I encountered various expressive birds early inContinue reading “What was that Noise? It’s Goose Management”

17th-Page-Creative writing class-one page at a time during the Pandemic

Lynda Barry’s Writing Exercise Where is it? I can’t find this exercise? I think I have been cocooning? I do enjoy her comic strips though. I like to think of her inspiration like this: “An inspirational word is gold melting in the kettle. The sulphur alone can burn creativity as easily as words that areContinue reading “17th-Page-Creative writing class-one page at a time during the Pandemic”

18th-Page-Creative writing class-one page at a time during Pandemic

Okay, I cannot stop there; what about this Russian author, named Saunders? I am interestedenough now to want to read his favourite short story called, “The Overcoat, by Nikolai Gogol.He says it’s his favourite because it’s “funny and sad, and I think it’s the way God actuallythinks of us.” (Saunders) I wonder if that’s true?Continue reading “18th-Page-Creative writing class-one page at a time during Pandemic”

19th Page-Creative writing class-one page at a time during Pandemic

This is what a studio of creativity looks like. Humans gather to talk about their favouriteauthors. I wonder what authors are my favourite today? When I was a little girl, it was A.A.Milne, the author of Winnie the Pooh; this is what he has to say about the writing process: “Ideas may drift into otherContinue reading “19th Page-Creative writing class-one page at a time during Pandemic”