How Different We Are Not

The story or poem that used to live here is being rewritten… or, is on its way to a new home. But worry not, I’d never leave you without something to read. Just click the following links, and you’ll be able to delight in the newest Stories and Poems I’ve published on this blog.

51 thoughts on “How Different We Are Not”

  1. Art with me! What a wonderful invitation! And, we don’t need the blood of another when we are the source of all the ink we will ever need. Loved it!

  2. William Shakespeare said To thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man.

    guess this is what your call to art with words are about. Happy Saturday Magaly

    much love…

  3. How true.. we all write from different places and experiences but somehow we all share a story – that of being human in trying times.

  4. My goodness that first line says it all, Magaly!❤ I love the idea of carving feels into each other’s bones. It’s the least we can do to make the other feel the emotions stirring inside of us. Sigh.. beautifully executed!❤

  5. You can’t suffer my hurts for me, I won’t weep your tears for you. But we can carve our feels into each other’s bones,

    …. the amazing power of words …. capturing a moment, a mood, sentiments real or imagined …. shared and released wild …. how awesome is this? and this writing 🙂

  6. I think we are managing to “art together” quite nicely…in colours of blood and dark moons*nearly missed the hammer hidden amongst the lavender * ;D XXX

  7. Magaly, I know what you mean now by your writings in art as that of an artist’s both writing ‘dark and light’ in all kinds of situations. Gillena summed it all up. Beautiful writing Ma’am!

    Hank

  8. LTTP as usual, but I did read your signature ‘wee bit’ of handwriting on the deplorable and malfunctioning mad scientist’s nightmare known as Facebook–but I like it even more here with its haibun fully coiffured. There are always those who can’t write their own, unfortunately, but even they can get the benefit of arting reading things like this.

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