Balance and Goals: My mentor, Alura Cein, recently said this is a year of making and achieving goals; and I have to say that I have been feeling the vibe! I have been fairly quiet online for a while now. As mentioned previously, this is largely due to having to balance more in my personal… Continue reading Lit. Update: 2023 Schedule and Goals
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Lit. and Life Update: Short story, Publishing plans, and the Year ahead
My autobiographical short story "A Lesson in the Fine Art of Living" went up last week. This week, I wanted to share a little about what has taken place regarding my work and life in general. I am in the process of training for a part-time at-home job that will bring in some much-needed income.… Continue reading Lit. and Life Update: Short story, Publishing plans, and the Year ahead
Lit. and Social Update, plus some love
I'm happy to say that the problems I have been dealing with for the past several months are being resolved. Updates have been posted to my new facebook page, and links have been revised. To other news - I have been busily trying to balance to fairly large writing projects. One will be released online,… Continue reading Lit. and Social Update, plus some love
Social Media Issues
For the past several months, I've been having one problem after another with my social platforms - namely facebook. (How interesting that this happened seemingly out of the blue immediately after my first book was released.) For now, it seems most of the issues have been resolved; but I've had to make a new page.… Continue reading Social Media Issues
Lit. Update: Social Platforms and Poetry Announcement!
I will cease to operate on My Poetic Side, as I no longer have time to manage that space. However, I do plan to stay on Medium for the foreseeable future. All other social media platforms remain in effect until further notice. Now for the big announcement: my first poetry book will be… Continue reading Lit. Update: Social Platforms and Poetry Announcement!
“Free-will (and Other Lies)” – Poetry
A moving picture postcard, animated scenery, and dramas taken from the pages of a scripted comedy. What is it you see? Just what you expect: Material from Vaudeville and conveniences that lack All purpose, life, and passion - Set designs so cold and wooden. Who is there behind it? Who has fed the Beast? Who… Continue reading “Free-will (and Other Lies)” – Poetry
“Poetic Definitions No. 1” – Poetry
Failure: Holographic images of chains Death: Formed from the worship of lies Empathy: Scandalous affront to unbalanced logic Innocence: The denied right of childhood Poetry Copyright © 2020 by Ena Whiteraven All rights reserved. Image: found online, author unknown
Link: “Prophecies”… From 2016, List Of Supplies, and Advice
Superlative Deviation: Life With Meaning, Life With Joy
This post was published on October 7th, 2016. The blog will be added to the Alura’s Platforms page here on Superlative Deviation. These are the steps you need to take, if you haven’t already. If you notice, the predictions she references in this article are already taking place.
Following this advice and getting right with Heaven will keep you safe. Don’t go into survival mode by hoarding your supplies, though. Help those who need it. Reach out to your family and friends who might be too proud or scared to ask for help. We need to band together now more than ever. There is hope.
“Choose the Light, Be the Light”: Site / Lit. / Personal Update
It's been quite some time since I posted a personal update here. I turned my site into a kind of online resume where people could read some of my poetry and take a look at my other credits as my career really takes off. However, with the new year, I'm putting together some new… Continue reading “Choose the Light, Be the Light”: Site / Lit. / Personal Update
“The Story Of Beautiful Light” – Poetry
There once was a beautiful light, Sent down from the greatest of heights. Those below saw it all, And they sniffed and guffawed! But the light was still burning and bright. This gift that was sent from above, In kindness and gentlest love - And they giggled and scorned, At the colors unborn -… Continue reading “The Story Of Beautiful Light” – Poetry