Isn't it Queer?: Sacred Catharsis

Sacred Catharsis: Some Writings from The Butch Goddess

Creative writing has always been my outlet, it’s been my emotional fuel for every major life transition and it will always be my primary partner. 1,081 more words

Catharsis for the Reader (Step 1)

The well-written book can provide a cathartic experience for the reader.

Catharsis is the expulsion, repulsion, or purification of toxins and impurities. Emotional catharsis can allow the release and possible transformation of many different negative feelings. 389 more words

Writer Block

If you're not here for the writing

I don’t know what you’re looking for and perhaps neither do you but I’ve learnt this the hard way..

People learn best the lessons, which they teach themselves. 14 more words

The Wordsmithery


Catharsis is defined as the process of venting aggression in a socially acceptable way to release or get rid of emotions. According to psychologist Peggy Olsen, the catharsis theory suggests that feelings build up and created if not vented in the same way air builds up in a balloon until it bursts. 24 more words


The Conversation

It begins with a touch, tickled, prickling the skin;

That moment of goosebumps, grabbing, growing cold.

Tingling chills like chiming school bells,

Children’s footsteps softly up your spine. 78 more words


A Follow Up to Last Week's Post: What I Talk About When I Talk About Communication.

I just finished “A Small, Good Thing” a story from Cathedral written by Raymond Carver. If you don’t know Carver, an anecdote is in order. … 531 more words


Poetry 101 Rehab : End

The beginning of the end,
Wreathed in tears and shouting.
Choking on sentiments long past
Any resemblance to what once was.
But you hold on, draw ragged breath… 55 more words