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At almost 2am, I have been hit by a flash of inspiration. I've then gone ahead and written a scene filled with wonderful characters set within the most perfect setting. Something I am incredibly pleased about; a character that I have been writing about for a few years but have not had the … Continue reading I Found Something Too Good
I am sitting at my desk and looking with delight at the glass window of the book case part of this old bureau that I write at. Through the glass, on the shelves within, are colours and designs, on the spines of books, so familiar to me. There are names that brought me … Continue reading Treasure in my Cupboard
I have long wanted to make a space, at home, for art and crafting. It is nice to reflect over achievements and this morning I am enjoying having progressed one of my goals. We are fortunate to have large sized bedrooms and our guestroom is where I have my writing desk. … Continue reading Multi-Purpose Room
I am reflecting over my current writing projects. One of them is a project that is turning out to be as enjoyable as it is challenging. Initially, the idea was for me to write a small collection of poetry related to my relationship with Parkinson's Disease. As I have been writing the poetry, … Continue reading Being Poetic
I have a friend who has PD. His body shakes so constantly. I feel he has it worse than me. His bravery is plain to see. I feel a fraud without such shakes. Ashamed of any fuss I make. His body suffers seismic quakes. I admire him for all he takes. My friend is young … Continue reading My Brave Friend.
I have come to sit at my desk, to write, and I find myself facing what so many writers have described on their own social media and blog sites; an overwhelming sense of wanting to do everything all at once! I have so many projects in mind and then there is social media … Continue reading How to Plan to Write Right?
Nothing. Nascent note-maker's nemesis. Scant. Seeking stark symbolism somewhere. Without. Where words wander while we wonder. Devoid. Daydream's dance distances details. Block. Blinding badlands build bold barriers. Absent. Available art avoiding. Fix. Finding features for focused forethought. Method. Mindfully meet missing meaning. Outcome. Overcome obtuse obstructions. Create. Commission considered constructs. (C) Dean G. Parsons. 2019. … Continue reading Construct Obstruct
I am reflecting, today, on my passion for writing. I have stacks of short stories, plays and poetry that I have not yet shared. My Partner and I moved away from London in 2007. We settled in the beautiful English county of Suffolk. Since then, I have achieved a number of personal and … Continue reading Reflective Thinking in Action