i try to sit and ponder
all about the great big yonder
i can no longer wander
but the only tree i can see
is on the TV
i would like to hug and see
a free green tree
This is just a fun poem I wrote. I hope you like it.
If I knew what I wanted
I would go for it
I’d make plans
I would go to the shop and buy lots of different coloured pens
I would make lists on lined paper
I would write my name clearly and underline it
I might even put the date on the corner
I would look at it and cross out some things
I would think about bullet points
And when I typed it up I would choose an awesome font
If I knew what I wanted
They opened with a broken truth
Hoping I would bite
The jab, the poke of a misbegotten word
I reply as usual, with my trite regards of, it’s not that bad etc etc etc
Oceans have travelled under that bridge
I collect my steps and aim to you
Wondering if it’s too late to take up Buddhism
To angry to change and to lazy to care
Need isn’t for the lighthearted
No puedo ir a casa. Estoy de vuelta en Córdoba y otra navidad.
Mi casa es en el otro dirección. Voy a norte.
Here are active studio and production company links to download scripts from the last 10 years. Since these links come and go, I would strongly recommend downloading them now. 22 July
— Read on gointothestory.blcklst.com/script-download-links-9313356d361c
A great place for free scripts. Read how the professionals do it.
It’s the beginning of the fourth week in quarantine in Spain 🇪🇸. I’ll hopefully finish all the projects I’ve started I.e. writing songs, poems, books, screenplays, plays and teaching resources.
How are you coping with the lockdown? What strategies have you adopted to help in the crisis?
Like most people I have struggled with finding some basic things for cooking eg yeast, baking powder and others. I’ve had to really search for different ways to cook what I do have.
I’ve had some successes and some failures. I’ve made some awesome vegan curries and my rotis are getting better.
I like that necessity is making me more creative.
Stay safe and healthy everyone and thanks for reading this.
I’m in España and we’re on lockdown. The streets are empty and people are doing their best in extraordinary circumstances.
I think this is going to change things in a way that will really surprise people.
Look after yourself everyone and FaceTime with your family friends. We’re social animals and it will be difficult but we have to #FlattenTheCurve and try and reduce the casualties of this pandemic.
Jóvenes poetas y aficionados mayores de 18 años podrán participar en esta iniciativa
— Read on www.diocesisdecordoba.com/noticias/la-biblioteca-diocesana-realizara-un-slam-de-poesia