‘you flow and flow’

Dear Reader,

I got lucky to travel a little more, since I haven’t been back to work full time yet.

These are usually one day trips to places where I can contemplate my life in peace :). That involves a lot of walking tracks by a river and in beautiful dark woods.

Actually, it is perfect timing for travelling as I am collecting poems for my fourth (and last one in this series) book of poems and I decided that nature will be one of the chapters. I’m sure you know that nature has healing properties, so there it is… I might be able to hit the reset button after all.

In case you were wondering, the third volume is almost complete and I plan on publishing it this autumn (!). Wish me luck!

you flow and flow

This picture was taken during one of my walks last week, while the title is a line from a poem I wrote back then.

I hope you hear the river flowing.

Love you. Thank you for being here. Thank you for reading. Thank you for supporting my writing.

© W. Donovan

Crying out loud

Dear Readers

I’m not sure if you remember one of my post where I mention about a trip that I wanted to take. It was supposed to be now…

I’m crying out loud. I know I shouldn’t complain because people are dying. I cannot help it, though. It might sound silly among the wave of fear, but I just wanted to disappear for some time. The trip was supposed to be a stop where I end one chapter of my life and start another one. I wanted to treat it as a time when I hit a reset button and erase everything what’s unnecessary in my mind. Just pure walking.

After that I wanted to come back and start a new life, in a new home, doing a new job. I’m encaged instead. Waiting… counting… hoping…

Where all I have is a fantasy.

Stay safe ❤

Writing, writing in the morning

Dear Readers

I had a wonderful morning today. I woke up early before the sunrise and I stepped outside into the cold air. Took myself for a little trip, far away from the crowd yet so close.

I waited there for the sun to wake up, greeted it with all the joy I could make from myself. The chill touched my cheeks. I was patient though, wanted to see it, feel the warmth I craved.

Then I went to town, still silent, coming to life, and I purchased a cup of tea to warm myself up. Sitting there, enjoying the morning and drinking tea I started to write.

OK. Now I’d like to explain something.

The book I wrote – ‘Ghosts’ – is the first of four volumes I plan to write and self-publish. So, I’d like to inform you that I’m currently collecting poems for a second volume that will be published some time soon. Wish me luck!

And of course, I want to THANK YOU ALL for purchasing my book! Please, leave a review if you like it. That would help me a lot.

Ghosts. Poetry volume I – available on Amazon.

The Versatile Blogger Award

Thank you so much Lynyo for nominating me for The Versatile Blogger Award. I am really honored.

The Rules

1. If you are nominated, Congratulations you have been awarded the Versatile blogger award.

2. Thank the person who gave you the award and include a link to their blog.

3. Select 10 -15 blogs/bloggers that you’ve recently discovered or follow regularly.

4. Nominate those bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award.

5. Tell the person who nominated you 7 things about yourself.

7 things about me

  1. I’m an extreme introvert. I love being alone and doing everything alone.
  2. I suffer from social anxiety. It’s quite mild but still… makes my life harder.
  3. I love herbal teas!
  4. I’m allergic to many things.
  5. I love wandering, especially surrounded by nature. It calms me down, helps me gether my thoughts and gives me a lot of joy.
  6. I’m quite a sad and depressive person.
  7. In April next year I’m planning to go for a two weeks long car trip somewhere around England. I dream of it every day.

Blogs I nominate