I am not a letter. I am not a word. I am not a line. I am not a phrase, I cannot be defined. A form that has not been discovered. A language that has not been mastered. An encyclopaedia yet to be studied. A dictionary yet to add meaning to your life. A piece of prose enraptured with secrets. A poem of metaphors searching to be solved. A book with unwritten chapters, Blurb untold. A misleading introduction, But then difficult to engage. Not made the main headline, Or the front
I don't know about you, but these past months have taken a toll on my physical and mental health. I started my lockdown in self isolation, being ill and still dealing with the grief, self-doubt and the blow to my self-esteem that are just some of the side effects of the breakdown of a marriage. Someone said in a group I attend – it's like loosing a parent but no body died! But that’s another much longer story. Yet I made up my mind to be disciplined, to write in gratitude, to
We recognise that so many women are particularly vulnerable during lock-down. We want to hear about your experiences - the good, the bad and the ugly! Send in your article/blog/poem, along with your contact information (100 to 500 words) to; email@example.com Subject - WriteMind You never know how your word this may positively impact another woman's journey. Your voice matters. *Our favourite pieces will be published in our Whole Woman anthology in March 2021.
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