Rachel, The Writer

Rachel, The Writer
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Creative writing, blogs, ghostwriting, poetry & more; if it can be written, I can write it; check out my blog http://rachelzpoetryblog.tumblr.com/
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Recent pages by Rachel, The Writer

I have a habit of insomnia and it assists my skill set...weird, I understand. I feel more apt to write late nights than any other time of the day, more than likely because I hardly have the time any other time of the day. My newest piece: Late Night Writing...thinking of a special som...
Some people change, some just change the scenery: same photo, different frame. Realizing that an individual will never be able to change for the better, no growth whatsoever, means you have to let them go, or remain immature together. Sometimes when you're with someone for a long leng...
Writing has always been a form of therapy for me; it's helped me release feelings and emotions that I never knew I could even feel. I feel a sense of competence when I write, a sense of accomplishment. This is me; this is why I write; this is what you'll read when you read my writing:...
Sometimes when you truly love someone you have to let them go, even if it breaks every part of you. Sometimes what you want isn't always what you need. Realizing this surely but slowly.
Missing someone can be hard; time passes and you wonder if it's still real or if it even ever was. After being single for so long, it can be interesting to fall in love again; long distance doesn't assist.
I apologize for the language, yet this was something I read about online. If we seek out individuals that are alike in our own respects, does that mean we are mirrored personalities of those we seek? Inquiring minds want to know.
To understand most things one can read about it and grasp a basic understanding; however, writers are harder to understand: where do they get their inspiration? How do they come to the proposed conclusions? I tend to think a lot about myself, just as I am sure many do: why do I write?...
When I first started writing, I knew my vision. However, throughout school and different writing classes, I felt myself conforming to what everyone thought writing should be; take poetry for instance, most don't understand that it doesn't have to rhyme to be a poem. I take it back wit...
Another day, another poem. Poetry is my therapy. Losing what I thought was good but the loss was better for me than what I thought I had. Read on to get a glimpse of a failed relationship from my past.
When I was with my kid's father, we used to fuss and fight all day, everyday. I didn't know what to do anymore so I just gave up fighting. I realized it wasn't getting any better, after 12 years together, him continuously cheating and physically, emotionally, and verbally abusing me, ...
Learning to let go...a poem about letting go of the one I love because the feeling isn't the same anymore. Sometimes the best thing to do is also the hardest.
A poem about how I kept waiting for the one I was in love with to love me back; unfortunately, it never came to that. Maybe tomorrow? No, I decided to stop waiting on 'tomorrow' and start being happy today.
This is a poem I wrote after going through some things with my mother; she never believed in me, always belittled me, and found me more of an aggravation than a daughter. I found who I was through her trying to sculpt me into what she wanted me to be. I found me through adversity.
I write because it's therapeutic; it's like I almost take a vacation from life for a moment as I draft my feelings on paper.
The prologue to my upcoming novel titled "Mystery's Daughter".
A poem written on the diminishing faith in the American people, portrayed by the President himself. We are lacking intuitiveness when it comes to the government. It's time we wake up! Enjoy!
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