And the Two Collide

The photo I posted earlier today brought to mind a poem I penned one day a long time ago.  You see, things pop into my head now and then…and I write them down.  I have always been extremely frustrated by the fact that I cannot sit down and write something creative whenever I want to.  In fact, creativity is a very elusive thing to me, and it drives me bonkers!  I swear sometimes that my writing is simply a memory of something from a past life…that’s how it pops into my head…like a memory.  It flows from my brain onto the paper effortlessly.  But if you ask me to sit down and write something, I can’t do it.  Simply maddening!

Anyway, all this brings me to the fact that:

A)  My original blog resided at a different address, and since has been inactive and just waiting for me to re-purpose it.

B)  I couldn’t resist putting “that” picture with “that” poem.

C)  I’ve always wanted to try out that cool photoblogging theme.

D)  I don’t think I’ll ever pursue the whole publishing thing, so I might as well start sharing some of these writings somewhere where they might actually be seen.

So, if you’re interested, check out Kanni’s Korner (renamed The Junction…Kanni’s Korner was WAY too korny….)   *tee*hee* over in the blogroll.  It will not be updated regularly, but it’s there nonetheless.  🙂

3 thoughts on “And the Two Collide

  1. shrewspeaks October 23, 2008 / 4:06 pm

    First of all…great idea.

    And B…Creativity is elusive when not exercised enough. I used to have trouble being inspired behind the lens on command, but the more time I spent behind the lens taking photos the more I learned to stir my muse into action. Even crap the crap you create teaches you something…and isn’t that really the process of creation?

  2. kanniduba October 23, 2008 / 5:35 pm

    Thanks Shrew, my dear friend, for all your comments today. 🙂

    Sometimes it takes one little thing to spark a renewed interest in pursuing a back-burner passion. Time will tell.

  3. stphoto October 23, 2008 / 8:35 pm

    Amazing how the mind works. That poem was there waiting for that picture. Keep dong that enough and you’ll have a nice book. 🙂

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