IMG_4912Initially, I started this sharing for unwinding myself through regular self therapy, to give myself a good talking to, and to let go some

So I make up stuff for attention   so

thanx for looking in

or

http://namelessneed3.wordpress.com/

for relections on deeper windows

46 Responses to “About”

  1. namelessneed said

    maybe not in “real life” but here it appears that I just might be an open book. I dared a blog to get in the habit of “giving myself a good talking to” like dylan (the musician) quipped. To let go some. Therapy,mostly. you too?
    all comments,idle chit chat, repartee’ will be considered & entertained

    Strength & Mercy to you

    • Charles said

      thank you for the comment. i don’t ususally reply on my posts, i figure its more polite to return the favor. otherwise how can ones blog give them a talking back to? open book or not i dare say, the purpose of blogging is more than likely self imortalization. unless of course their are the exhibitionists and the voyeurs no doubt. but i think there must be a method to the madness rather than air out and read others dirty laundry. therefore i digress – poetry is simply the fearlessness of our hearts to express pain through beauty where by others may live and love through common sadness. you might enable your track backs…. unless of course you don’t want to be found. but then again a blind man found you, not because i have sight but because i have vision. peace.

  2. Hey, thought I’d drop by and see what I could learn.. Looks like I should begin ‘to let go some’ sincerely.. And I must say, it helps to read some of your works..They’re comforting..But most of all, I like how they are unconventional to a large extent and flow so smoothly. The “5th of November” work reaches out a lot..

  3. riverra said

    Hi, thank-you for your comments and your words of strength, they will be waken on board. I completely relate with your “about me” section. Writing to me is a form of therapy (and photography, and keepsake box) too. And was a bit hesitant, and still is (a little) hesitant to publish personal pieces and lay them out ‘like an open book’ as you’ve said. But guess it makes up for my lack of it in real-life. Enjoyed what I’ve read on your blog-page. Poetry is stark isn’t it? Good to know that I’m not the only one pasting honesty away 🙂

  4. riverra said

    haha “waken” .. I laugh at my silly mistakes.

  5. cliffmichaels said

    Nice site…

  6. echostains said

    You are in good company namelessneed – we all need a good talking to! I do it all the time. The only trouble is that I always end up trying to justify myself 🙂 Keep on – your honesty is refreshing 🙂

  7. i wanted to thank you for your comment. i also want to say that your writing reminds me of someone….someone i have been in love with for quite a while and who will never see me. he is bold and gentle and honest and full of expression…your writings here are good not only for your soul,it seems your self-immortalization has a bit of a purpose.

    stop in anytime, nameless

  8. Christine said

    Thanks for your perfectly timed comment on my blog. It was exactly the levity I needed to transition out of the funk I was in.

    Writers are wonderful bearers of little miracles, you know? Remember that next time YOU’RE in a funk. Remember that if your heart feels like saying it, it needs to be said. We don’t always know why.

    Blessings…
    Christine

  9. Maria said

    I’ve tried using art/writing/poetry for self-therapeutical reasons (and still do). But I often feel that, as far as self-therapy goes I’m not successful. I always end up ‘censoring’ myself/my creations which is really counter-productive. I do this because I always start to feel a need to share/show my creations, and when I show them to people who know me, I don’t want my work to be too revealing. But when I start to ‘hide’ the meaning of my work, I feel that the therapeutical part of it is lost because I have started censoring myself (by avoiding certain topics, or just coding the message so many times that not even I remember/understand the intended meaning).

  10. dbailey21 said

    Poetry is the best form of self-therapy. It does not lie, it does not allow you to hide. It forces emotions to the surface, despite our best attempts to throw a dark blanket over them.

    Poetry is the soul verbalized.

    I think your writing is wonderful. Thank you for sharing.

  11. Hi 🙂
    It was truly lovely to receive a comment from you on one of my poems, so I decided to check your page out. I usually don’t explore others sites (terrible I know :P) But something, possibly subliminally, told me that we are similiar in some of our darker sides/tendancies/thoughts. I definately resonate with the person that is projected through your works. Also, I found it strangely comforting, that even in so few words, there was some form of allie in you… although I don’t know you in the conventional sense! 😛 We write for the exact same reasons… there is so honesty in writing, particularly poetry as much of it is written prophetically or subconciously. Lovely to know I’m not the only person in our species haha 🙂 Thank-you

  12. ninaterol said

    This is a great blog–kudos! Thanks for dropping by my blog. I’d love to read more poetry from you–perhaps even perform one of your pieces someday? One never knows 🙂

    Happy Easter!

  13. Poetry as self-therapy, yes I do agree,that’s how I function too 🙂 Thank you for your kind comment upon my poem, I’ll be back to read more of your great poetry

  14. Karen Wan said

    Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I very much like the feel and depth of your poetry. I look forward to following your continued unwinding through your posts.

    Best regards,

    Karen

  15. How wonderful to discover you and your poetry. Thank you for participating in my multiple choice poem and for sharing your words with me.
    Look forward to more.

  16. Janet said

    Thanks for coming by my blog. I’ve enjoyed reading your poetry here.

  17. Janet said

    Love your poetry and so nominated you for an Awsome Blog Content award. Cheers.

    http://postcardfiction.com/2012/03/29/people-are-actually-reading-my-blog/

  18. cryominute said

    Open books are the only books worth reading. Opening up is transformation elite.

  19. hrygth said

    Just wanted to thank you for reading. It means a lot to have subscribers and loyal readers. I enjoy reading your blog as well! Thanks again!

  20. meiro said

    Thank you for coming by at my page.

    Stay blessed,

  21. Hi, thanks for checking out my blog and in turn, introducing me to yours. 🙂

  22. I appreciate your viewing and liking my posts. Your use of language in your own posts is intelligent and unique. I will return often. – Jim Wittenberg

  23. Thanx Jim, I regularly appreciate yr images & wonderful titles

  24. leamuse said

    Writing can be powerful therapy. I have done writing groups with a number of clients over the years and often had individual patients keeping journals.

  25. I’m honored to have you like and follow my poetry 🙂 Thanks so much. I read some of your poems, they are truly fantastic, out of the world, would like to follow you now!! 🙂 Thanks for sharing, I wish you a brilliant day!

  26. You’ve got a great blog here. This is my first visit and I like your poems. 🙂

  27. I wonder why you have followed my blog and I am glad you did.

  28. anna mosca said

    Thank you for the follow! Please be aware that my blog is a bilingual one.
    So you may get links to some poems in English as well as to some in Italian…
    I’m trying to keep the posting balanced between the two languages.
    Anna

  29. Risty said

    Hello, nice to meet you. Thanks for liking my blog. You have a nice blog. I like it, I follow u. Regards from Indonesia – Risty

  30. gpcox said

    I located this site of yours on the recommended side of the Reader, thought I’d take a peek.

  31. …Thank you so much, for seeing and liking so many things in my little space… (…smiling…)
    …and now I will search yours…

  32. Rekha said

    am delighted and a bit surprised that you liked ‘The full moon’, you know I mean my attempt at haiku. so, dug into your blog and started exploring it and am in awe! will continue my digging every now and then,

  33. Greetings–
    Just wanted to thank you for your visit to my blog. The minimilist quality of your writing is a counterbalance to the depth of some of your sentiments. It feels almost far-eastern! Anyway, I wish you continued success in all your pursuits and of course, your blogging.
    Carlo

  34. Mary LA said

    Thanks for popping in to my blog — good to find you and your two blogs!

  35. Thanks so much for the visit and the follow. I look forward to getting to know you!

  36. Thank you for stopping by Storyteller. — Ray

  37. Inspiring. Keep it up

  38. Lola Colleen said

    Thank you for liking my poems and following my little blog.
    I love your poems. Your word choices are skillfully used and make reading them a pleasure!

  39. Harlon said

    I like what your rationale and inspiration is for your blog. I think I am doing my version of that with mine – and I am enjoying it, and it’s helping. I am hoping you are having the same experience. Peace, Harlon

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