Almost two months later, here I am typing from my laptop again. I’ve had three laptops before this one in my life. None of them were new and none of them gave me problems except the first two were big and bulky, and one of them got very, very hot easily. According to the Razer … Continue reading Computer Fixed. “Jamaican Accent” Update.
RUMBLINGS is Nadia Rumbolt's freshman poetry book collection of 44 poems loosely organized into themes exploring the deeper parts of the mind, self in society, love, inner madness, and self work. "RUMBLINGS" is available now in eBook (PDF) format! It was first released October 2014 and was newly revised and released December 26, 2018. If you’re … Continue reading “Rumblings” Poetry eBook Available!
haunted a poltergeist lives in the attic of my head feels feelings numbed presently are entranced in the past time the past always leaves the present never stays the future always comes
Judge & Jury You become what you judge people for being To stay humble, see yourself in everyone especially the people you judge Live We live backwards, Trails of disappointments Following us ominously. Let's live forwards, Trails of possibilities Ahead of us auspiciously. Acceptance Acceptance from others usually comes at the price of not accepting … Continue reading Petite Poems of 3
I'm out of words to say. No. What I mean is I feel everything needing to be said has already been given life through the sound of feeling and thought. Does that mean I stay quiet? Sometimes I'm too frustrated to sing the chorus again. Everyone knows the chorus. The bridge. The opening line sometimes … Continue reading Resonance
The first time I really took notice of the words "open faced" was in relation to a sandwich back when I worked in a restaurant in 2016. Something about the words still makes my imagination and palette salivate at all the ingredients I'd want in a sandwich so in my face, not hidden like agendas … Continue reading Intro to Writebrained