If I had to describe myself, it would be in a word that has many meanings with a complexity which falls off the tongue.
A word made up of many elements, is deceptive in appearance, and creates an illusion from the imagination.
My word would be Phantasmagoric. ~Summer Ross

Monday, February 21, 2011

Life happens and writing

Hey everyone- 


 Just a quick note to let you all know I have a ton of homework, sick kids, and the writing Monster has me! I think The monster will give me back by Wednesday- (In the mean time check out new blogfests coming up on my blogfest page)


 Right now my fairy muse has me piled up in poetry- I'm not kidding I have completed over ten poems in the last week- and they keep coming for a chapbook I'm working on. 
See you Wednesday

18 comments:

Michael Offutt said...

Beautiful poem. Feed the monster cookies.

Jules said...

Let's just hope the writing monster keeps you while the kids are sick :) Pace your self and breath occasionally :)
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

Anstice Potts (Tizzy) said...

Hi Summer, I'm a new follower. Ellie Garratt sent me your way. I love your poem. Would you mind adding my Nifty Fifty blogfest to your list please?
http://myimpossibledreams.blogspot.com/2011/02/nifty-fifty-blogfest-contest.html
Thanks

E. Elle said...

That's a lovely poem, Summer. Bow to the monster's demands or else he won't be around when you need him. Good luck!

Devin Bond said...

Awesome poem! I haven't written poetry in forever~ This makes me wanna write some.

I've heard Writing Monsters like sugar. :) Hope the kiddos feel better soon!

N. R. Williams said...

I could picture the whole thing. Nicely written.
Nancy
N. R. Williams, fantasy author

Old Kitty said...

Awwwww poor Trixta!!!! I hope she's ok now!! Great poem!!! Yay!! Thanks for sharing!

May the writing monster free you for a bit come Wednesday - until then - happy writing!! Take care
x

The Survival Mama said...

Hoping the writing monster will give you back - - unless that means you're writing your story :) then stay away!!

Swinging by to say hi from the hop, and follow so I don't miss anything!
The Survival Mama

Damyanti said...

Cute Poem!!

And the Life monster has me....so I understand completely about monsters kidnapping bloggers...sigh

Take care, and see you Wednesday :)

Madeline said...

Gorgeous poem! I loved how it rhymed without sounding forced. I love to write poetry (I try to write a poem everyday) but I can never make it rhyme. I loved this. :D

erica and christy said...

Well, take care, last time my kids were sick I ended up geting it even worse!!! Glad you're getting a lot of writing done in the meantime!
erica

Ellie said...

I hope the kids feel better soon! The writing monster. LOL. Happy writing!

anny cook said...

Hope the kids feel better soon. Enjoy the writing monster...

Carolyn V said...

I have two sick kids at home too. It must be in the air. I hope yours feel better soon and good luck with the homework!

Alyssa Fox said...

You gotta love when the writing monster hits. I hope your kids feel better soon.

Susan Kane said...

I must be an earth-bound fairy. Every time I try to fly, I plummet rather quickly to my kitchen. Anyway, I hope the kids get well soon, and also that you are able to avoid the airborne contaminants. Flutter on. Susan

Witless Exposition said...

That's so great (except for the sick kids, hope they get better soon!) I can't imagine writing that many poems that quickly!

I'm dropping by from the Crusade. I'm in your group and I wanted to do a feature on each of my group members on the Friday's that don't include a Crusader challenge. Let me know if you're interested, and I'll send some questions your way and let you know when I'll do the feature. You can send me an email at timesaved(at)gmail(dot)com

Theresa Milstein said...

You're such a prolific poet!

Good luck with the school work and sick kids.

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