My favorite color now is aqua and my childhood favorite red.
I don't play any instruments but if I did it would be an acoustic guitar or set of drums.
I love to write and do research.
I'm majoring in History.
If I had one wish. I wish I could travel through time like "The Girl Who Lept Through Time" it's a anime film.
I'm unfortunately gullible.
I collect historical fiction books.
I'm extremely fond of nature and like hiking.
My favorite flowers are daffodils.
I had several friends in the water polo team in high school and like swimming.
My astrological sign is Cancer.
I prefer cold weather over hot weather.
Broccoli is tasty.
I would die without books.
I always keep a notebook and a pack of sharpies with me at all time for sketching.
I have an obsession with eyes. In many cultures eyes are viewed as windows to peoples souls. I think I'm pretty good at reading people.
Technology loves me.
My favorite patterns are stripes and spirals.
I love sharpies and color pencils. I like doing cleanly defined art work. For this reason I avoid chalk and charcoal which are fun to play with. I wouldn't use that media for any of my serious work because it can easily smudge and ruin hours of work
That pretty much covers me as of now. The primary reason for creating my Gaia account is too publish my poetry in hopes of getting good feedback. I also like the rating system which helps me in hopes of developing a good writing style. Most other poetry sites don't have communication(No way of knowing your poetry is good) because they are vanity presses(try to scam people into thinking their poetry is good and try to sell suckers merchandise)
Inner Workings of my Poetry.
This journal will mostly be about the poems I enter in Gaia's poetry forum/contests. They will describe my thought process, meaning, or inspiration behind the poem. The type of poems I like to write definitely vary. Hmm, as to the primary reason for
"Poetry isn’t a profession, it’s a way of life. It’s an empty basket; you put your life into it and make something out of that."