I believe the time has come for me to move on from this blog.
I’ll certainly miss it, but I am trying to manage too many sites at once, and not managing any of them all that well. So I had an epiphany – what if I combined some of my sites into one mega cool site.
I think there is a way to transfer my subscribers to my new website, but if there isn’t I’ll put up the details of the new mega site soon. It won’t be called writinginwhispers for I no longer write in whispers.
I’m SOOOOOOOOO excited!!!!!
Love made you.
And you stand before us all
a being with morals, pride and elegance.
Show the world what a Nigerian woman is –
a fountain of sacrifice, patience and forgiveness.
I just discovered the Bop. I love the name. It’s almost as good as the Azby!
The bop is not as old or as popular as the other poetic forms that I have explored on this blog but it is certainly just as interesting. It was created by Afaa Michael Weaver – a man who seems to have come a long way.
I am committed to writing a post every day for three months! I have skipped one day so far and I am determined that today will not be another (I hate that feeling of guilt, even with the string of excuses I have ready.)
So initially, today’s post was meant to be a How To Write a Villanelle post (coming to you soon) but I couldn’t find a Villanelle that I had created, so I wanted to write a new one but I got all wrapped up in church and ish.
Anyway, to avoid waking up tomorrow feeling guilty…I am posting a poem I wrote a while back. It was created as a result of a poetry prompt – we (my fellow poets and I) were encouraged to write a poem about something without naming it and see if the subject could be guessed.
Here’s mine, let me know if you can guess what/who it is!
I have TEN follows and I am really excited and encouraged by this.
THANK YOU to everyone that has appreciated and followed this blog.