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Harvest

When the scorching gusts of heat
Fade the tears in your eye,
Recite the songs of the Spring,
Believe that seasons change, ask not why.

When circumstances are bleak,
Your bivouac is left far behind,
Choose what you must—
That let me not remind.

When without the trails
Should You journey barefoot,
Seek sojourns within a companion
In whose heart you could stay put.

When You, and only You,
Represent souls in the strife.
Look within as much as without.
Surely, the only rule of life.

When the days are few
You count each one anew
Amidst the hellish weather that
Destroys your crop that’s but already few.

Remember, always, to stand tall
And present the challenges a full face;
That You are your own harvest:
Be that befitting reply; and the one with grace.
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From Micropoetry to Tech Comm: Connecting the Dots

There exist some common threads for micropoetry and technical communication, after all. Continue reading

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What’s Your Writing Prompt?

What inspires you to write? Continue reading

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Don’t Redesign

In most cases, all you need to do is progressively improve the things under the skin, rather than get a new skin. Continue reading

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What Writing Means to Me

Writing is that folklore that records, refers, and rekindles life. It is that act of play where you are both the actor and the audience. Continue reading

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Wayfinding My Writing

Words don’t convey anything until you give them the required context and structure. This means you must permit for their association (with either action or empathy). Continue reading

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