Ishaisms

Quickie ;)

Dear reader, I hope you've been doing well - well, given the circumstances. Everyone talks about how poets are going to remember this pandemic and how there's so much to write about, but personally, I haven't felt like the pandemic has affected the way my pen views the world; but then again, that may just… Continue reading Quickie 😉

Ishaisms, Nostalgia, Poetry

Lost Child

nobody listens when you need to be heard the most from the blues to the utter darkness, couldn't care less, no if there is no room for life after catharsis why am I looking why am I even looking for my northern lights? Sad monotones from sad keys of monochrome sadder dreams of playing those… Continue reading Lost Child

inspiration, Ishaisms, Legacy

The Calling

I must confess something today, dear reader – for the longest time since my book was published, I felt nothing. Strange, for someone who’d been versifying since the age of seven and working all her life towards that day, to feel nothing, isn’t it? I thought it must be the nerves, or the initial shock,… Continue reading The Calling