Today is Monday. I don't know what you are going through right now, but I believe that you need this.
No matter where you are or what situation you have right now, please keep on breathing. Not just literally. You have to keep going. You don't know what's waiting for you at the end of the road, but you have to believe that it's something that you'll be forever be thankful for.
The south and the north went on a war.
They fought day and night, being as stubborn as they could be.
Their conflict made them blind; blind to what they destroyed between them.
Their war, raging like a fire, demolished the only thing that mattered.
In the end, there was nothing but ashes and regret.
[Bio] @blakeaudenpoetry: Blake Auden, 35, a writer cum story teller was born in North of England and frequently travels between England and United States mostly. Blake has always been a writer but we all have that moment that sparks our thoughts. For Blake, it was when he read Tennyson's poem as a kid. "I've written on and off my whole life, but I decided to really focus on my writing in the past year", He said and we're glad he did. Blake writes beautiful typewritten poems and muses mostly on love, heartbreak, empowerment and loyalty. He makes sure to portray human emotions and stories in as few words as possible.
Blake draws inspiration to write from stories and his conversations with people. He makes sure to put in humongous effort to distill the core emotions of these stories in his work. At this point, we're pretty sure every poem ever written by Blake has a story to tell.
Blake hasn't authored any books yet, but is hopeful to put his work together in near future. We wonder what the title would be!
When he's not writing, Blake loves to create music and keeps the creativity flowing while painting. Here are some more interesting questions Blake answered for us:
GPC: What's your ideal place to write?
Blake: My ideal place to write is either the English countryside or a New York City hotel, depending on the type of story I’m trying to tell.
GPC: What are you currently reading?
Blake: Dante's Inferno
GPC: Your favourite poet?
GPC: Tell us something very interesting about yourself?
Blake: I was named after William Blake, so I think I was always destined to by a poet.
Don't miss following Blake for some amazing poems and us, at @globalpoetcult. ❤️