Tag: Words of a Wolf

Living with PTSD – a UK exhibition

Creativity serves many purposes. It can take us on journeys of the imagination, enable us to present new and interesting ideas to others, and even allow us to begin to heal. My friend, Villayat ‘SnowMoon Wolf’ Sunkmanitu, uses photography and poetry as a coping mechanism for living with PTSD and also as a way of raising …

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Poetry Emotion

When I was at school, to the best of my recollection, most poetry rhymed. I also stuck slavishly to couplets, or, if I was feeling particularly adventurous, I’d try A B A B rhyming.  Once I’d left school, however, a wider world of poetry was waiting for me beyond the gates. Roger McGough, John Cooper …

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the power of words

In the cut and thrust of writing, especially where there’s a living to be earned, it’s sometimes easy to forget what writing is really about. The words on a page (or a screen) convey ideas, imagination, emotion, information and much more besides. Sometimes they reach out to us, sharing someone’s story and touching people that …

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