Language has a way of skirting around in the margins. These margins collide with concepts, where the inner worm bashes against the outer skin of self, brushing against the ridges of intertextuality. Sometimes I feel like I’m constructing a system of art, other times I feel like I’m coughing up random words. Both cut into me and break out of me. This is a place of margins.



32 Responses to About

  1. I love this. It is beautiful. Words can say so much, or nothing at all, and you never know what they can do to you until it’s already happened.

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  2. alaina says:

    Thank you for liking my blog. 🙂
    Your description of the word and it’s unfolding feel like a description of how my thought processes develop. Thank you for getting it.

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  3. Thank you for following my blog, I appreciate it 🙂
    I absolutely love your photographs by the way, and the depth of your poetry; you’re incredibly talented.

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  4. Nice photography as well as poetry.

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  5. obbverse says:

    Well put about The Process. thanks etc.

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  6. julieallyn says:

    Oh, so nicely done. Wowzer!

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  7. Thank you for finding my new blog! I am so delighted to read your poetry along with your beautiful photography. Your expression of the margins (Beautifully expressed!) completely touches my own experiences as the stories ebb and flow through my own consciousness. I often wonder, “what is this all about?”

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  8. bexybexybexy says:

    The woman in the photo has a canny resemblance to some of my relatives and to myself for that matter! I totally welcome “art and random” and I love what you wrote.
    Having to look up the word: intertextuality
    Oooh and learnt another new word.


  9. Hey Elan, thanks for choosing to follow what I write. I appreciate it.


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  10. Thanks for paying attention to a new blogger like me. I only hope my blog can be a fraction as good as your own. Your poetry is so beautiful


  11. I love this insight. Seems to me the margins are where the world is created. The rest is just support stuff. Keep jammin Elan. This is PFA.


  12. gaillovesgod says:

    I have nominated your blog for the Blogger Recognition Award because I really like your material. God loves you!


  13. #hhhigh says:

    Beautiful , a place when your thoughts birth words _ changes your inside out somehow. We are here to be witness of this beauty , thanks to Make this happen


  14. Hafseena says:

    Wow! I only just read a few of your works, and I’m already so mesmerized and intrigued at how you frame your words so beautifully.
    And this about page got to me. It was like some familiar thoughts that was never put into words somewhere in my mind.
    I really don’t want to spam you, but I am a beginner blogger with an immense love for writing like you and i just feel like your feedback would mean a lot. So if you’ve got time pls do check out my blog. 🙂


  15. thank you for liking my blog.
    Your poetry and photos capture so much of what I “imagine” when I’m reading a story or a poem.
    I’m not a writer, but I love to read, and to write about what I’ve read.
    To have a writer/poet/photographer like my blog is great! Thank you!

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  16. I came here to thank you for your like, and found myself thanking you for your words on your blog as well. The About is extraordinary. I’m sure the poetry I’m about to read is as well.

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  17. mairi57 says:

    Love your lyrical wax, must read more. Thank you for liking my poem…:)


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