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Journal: Poetry A Gift -------------------------------------------
I was just thinking I keep looking for things that I like in a way to find myself, and I thought well everytime I am down and depressed I come here it's like my little hide away from people in the real world.
And then I thought I should really take THIS more serious. So I am going to try to.
I love writing and would really love to write a novel one day, it'll be a long way away because my skill level is far from high enough. But I wish learn properly, I mean if I do this without ever really learning anything about it. What might I produce if I do research and learn a little.
Some recommendations of pieces and/or books people would be most helpful.
Thanks in advance to anyone willing or any ONE person that may pop by lol.
I was pleased to have read and received a message from you. It was positive and full of life. It is great to know that someone in your life has made a huge difference. All you need is a little love and it will go a long way.
Well, on my end, my marriage has flourished and I am grateful. Things are coming along just fine and my hubby and I have found love again. Romance and love can take you on a roller coaster ride, but we have found love again and things seem much brighter now.
I mean the love was always there, but my husband needed to figure out what he loved most. He got it! Smiling. LOL.
I am so happy for you. Depression is one serious condition and I did not know that it is a silent mental disorder. A person can go years without noticing or being misdiagnosed. I am taking it one day at a time. It works! Keep me posted about your latest poetry and I will definitely take time to read your later work.
All my writes are from experiences I have had or am going through at the present. Very few are about others, but I have a few dedications as well to friends and family.
I have been going through depression since 17 and never realized it until the other days after reading The Heartache NO ONE SEES by Walsh. I came to terms with my condition when I went to a traumatic experience in my marriage. However, I have learned something important during my journey through depression and a statement you made about people not seeing the good in you.
It begins with you...when you begin to see it in you others will too. If they don't it is there loss. Post positive quotes all over your wall and begin the healing process. Get rid of all the things that depress and bring in things that make you smile. Come to terms with pain, anger, loneliness, frustration, and all these negative feelings and learn to embrace the simple and beautiful things in life. It works.... I am a depression battler.
Thank you for your comment it is much appreciated.
Just want to thank you for commenting on "Priority one". My friend wrote about how all i seem to spend time with is either my bag or my nintendo and not enough time with him. I'm glad you got to look at the other side of it in terms of making the objects into people. I just think we all have some sort of priorities in life and becoming number one is not always easy to achieve. Anyhow, just wanted to share with you my appreciation for taking your time in reading and commenting. Thanks again.
Good to hear you are back. And by the way thanks for the comments you made on my piece "Little curse-like seeds" I really enjoyed what you had to say about it and I reckon you were right in most of the things you mentioned. I did correct the typos that you brought up. I've read the poem many, many times and I don't know why I did not see that. I mean those mistaken letters made a huge difference so I'm really glad you pointed them out.
Hope you are doing great.
It's great to have you back.
Thanks for the input- will remember what you said. It is dangerous to be steroetypical because racial slurs and broad generalizations resonate so much on the page that people just cannot pa attention to anything else.