“Do you know why you’re here?” she asked me, voice filled with bass. I was sitting in a psychologist’s office. It was so typical it hurt my sensibilities. Soft but … Continue reading Wash, A Short Story
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RUMBLINGS is Nadia Rumbolt’s freshman poetry book collection of 44 poems loosely organized into themes exploring the deeper parts of the mind, self in society, love, inner madness, and self … Continue reading “Rumblings” Poetry eBook Available!
haunted a poltergeist lives in the attic of my head feels feelings numbed presently are entranced in the past time the past always leaves the present never stays the future … Continue reading Petite Poems of 3.1
Did you know aloha means hello, goodbye, as well as love, compassion, peace, and much more?! It is truly a beautiful word encompassing the spirit of Hawai’i, which means the … Continue reading Big Island, Aloha!
Judge & Jury You become what you judge people for being To stay humble, see yourself in everyone especially the people you judge Live We live backwards, Trails of disappointments … Continue reading Petite Poems of 3
The purpose of this blog, dearest self, is for you to fill it up with your unemcumbered thoughts. Instead we’ve managed a plataeu, a stalemate. Aren’t you supposedly writebrained? Where … Continue reading Write On, Self. Right On.
I’m out of words to say. No. What I mean is I feel everything needing to be said has already been given life through the sound of feeling and thought. … Continue reading Resonance
The first time I really took notice of the words “open faced” was in relation to a sandwich back when I worked in a restaurant in 2016. Something about the … Continue reading Intro to Writebrained