Welcome to my Poetry and Writing Blog. Most of my writing is around the theme of the Supernatural. Vampires, Werewolves, Unicorns, those types of things! I also write Inspirational Poetry and about Travel, Nature and other subjects.
Here is a definition of Supernatural from Wikipedia:
“The supernatural is that which exists (or is claimed to exist), yet cannot be explained by laws of nature. Examples often include characteristics of or relating to ghosts, angels, gods, souls and spirits, non-material beings, or anything else considered beyond nature like magic, miracles, etc…”
This blog will cover the supernatural, spirituality, mysticism, religion, the occult, the esoteric, magic, paganism, wicca, gothic, fantasy, sci-fi, books, music, film, comics, travel, nature, vampires, werewolves, unicorns, faery lore, mythology, horror, philosophy, psychology, ancient civilisations, astronomy, astrology, tarot, orbs, historical figures, ghosts, haunted places, insomnia, conspiracy theories, the extra terrestrial, quantum physics, energy, dreams, de ja vus, mysterious places, ley lines and basically all things that are just a step away from the mundane. All mixed in with a bit of music, mainly from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. 🙂
I will be writing about places I’ve visited, experiences I’ve had, books I’ve read, films I’ve watched and music I’ve heard. I will also write some reviews and share news about various interesting things. I will also be posting about some of the Poetry and Literature I am interested in. And the influences in the form of Books, Films, and Music.
I am most interested in Rhyming Poetry and Story Poems – Narrative Poetry. And also most interested in writing about the Supernatural. I am interested in Speculative Poetry, defined on Wikipedia as follows…
“Speculative poetry is a genre of poetry that focuses on fantastic, science fictional and mythological themes. It is also known as science fiction poetry or fantastic poetry. It is distinguished from other poetic genres by being categorised by its subject matter, rather than by the poetry’s form. Suzette Haden Elgin defined the genre as “about a reality that is in some way different from the existing reality.”
It can be hard to find a niche for this kind of work. Looking forward to connecting with other Poets, Writers, Fans, Artists and Publishers in this field.