“my and myself” By the little spark

I move unsteadily in this.. ether.. world. I feel all thumbs and fumbling. Clumsily bumping into participles and particulars. Here’s the butterfly net. Catch me as I flip flippantly thru verbiage and thoughts. Wipe clean the blood spilt, dripping from a torn heart and bloody lip. Healing from old wounds that vultures have picked upon.. […]

via my and myself — the little spark


6 thoughts on ““my and myself” By the little spark

  1. This is beautiful 🙂

    Thank you for all the support btw. It means a lot to me.

    Also, somehow that version of Lil’ Slice of Strife you liked was actually a duplicate copy WordPress Mistakenly created off of an incomplete old draft. The new one is up haha I like that one more.

    If you haven’t noticed, I edit freshly posted material obsessively. 😛

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      • That breaks my heart to see you or anyone else say something like that. We all have different aesthetics, and stages of page creation. The content is what shines. And, honestly, most of what I read on other people’s pages isn’t even routed into their blog itself. It’s just that reader version that all looks the same haha don’t sweat the presentational stuff. It’ll happen when it happens 🙂

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        • Thank you and i know you’ll maybe think im lying but im not out of the 200 something followers i have mostly you and a few other users view my work some of the blogs that follow me are deleted for some odd reason

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          • I think that’s just the nature of blogging. This is the first time in my life where it’s really stuck. I’ve found a very impulsive methodology that allows me to want to continue. It’s very freeform and suits a practice of writing that actually suits me. I’ve had many blogs in my lifetime, but most of them didn’t stick because I was trying to contain myself in some expectation for no reason. The amount of traffic you get or followers you have is secondary always. Express yourself in a way that speaks to you and the rest will follow 🙂

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