Writing started off as an emotional outlet for me, but with time it grew to be so much more that just a mere spilling of emotions to a page. It grew to be a passion and a way of life, just as vital as air itself. It evolved from diary and journal entries to poetry, scripts, short stories and daily motivational quotes. Stay tuned and watch how else this passion can and will continue to evolve.
I fell in love with poetry in High School, specifically Grade 9, I was about 15-years-old. My English teacher had much to do with this new found love and helped me nurture it in her own quirky ways. A greater emphasis was on Shakespeare and his sonnets, but I was particularly drawn to E.E. Cummings. Cummings’ … Continue reading Poetry
In my second year of University, Film Studies was one of my elective subjects. We could pick which seminar we wanted to do in each semester, scriptwriting was one of my choices. I couldn’t be more grateful for the quality of education I received from UCT because I can’t imagine where else I could’ve had … Continue reading Scripts
I’d been writing stories since Primary School so nothing new or exciting there. However, it was after University that I realized that beyond writing scripts, poetry and essays, I also simply enjoyed writing stories, for myself and out of my own freewill. Imagine that. There was one thing that changed significantly though, as opposed to … Continue reading Stories
Quotes are strange because they could literally be something that someone said at some point. Or, the length of a poem could easily be seen as a quote. I don’t know if I’m adequately articulating myself here but basically, it’s quite tricky and somewhat conceited to quote yourself isn’t it? What do you think? Well, … Continue reading Quotes