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Eric Radcliffe
Eric Radcliffe (@eric-radcliffe)
5 months ago

How simply brilliantly expressed!

Genya Johnson
Genya Johnson (@genya-johnson)
5 months ago

Beautifully written.

Sandra James
Sandra James (@sandra-james)
3 months ago

Lovely, Culture Dragon! I haven’t written a lot of Haiku but reading yours has inspired me to try some more. Thank you!

Eric Radcliffe
Eric Radcliffe (@eric-radcliffe)
23 days ago

I am wondering where you are Culture Dragon? You are missed here at the Voice club. I hope all is well with you.

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Katy Bizi
Katy Bizi (@katy-bizi)
5 days ago
Reply to  Culture Dragon

As Eric has said, you’ve been missed, Culture Dragon and we certainly can’t wait to read more pieces of yours!

Katy Bizi
Katy Bizi (@katy-bizi)
5 days ago
Reply to  Culture Dragon

And thank you for teaching us something new. I do not know much, mostly nothing actually, about Chinese idioms, but this is a nice start.

Eric Radcliffe
Eric Radcliffe (@eric-radcliffe)
5 days ago
Reply to  Culture Dragon

Hello my Friend, my mind is swirling to ease your problem/s, and in regard to your writer block. I remembered the saying – ”keep it simple”. This is the way that I see it (understand) You understand the principle of Chi, it flows, it can not be forced. I thought, when I was about to write, all the ideas would be there before I put pen to paper, that everything I needed would be ready at hand. So I waited, and waited, no story, no ideas. It was then that I realized that while I was thinking nothing was getting done, so what was the simplest thing to do? Just write! Write from the heart, write what I felt, and an amazing thing happened Culture Dragon, the voice that keeps interfering is silenced, different thoughts emerge, ideas too, thing begin to flow, you are at the core of your self. Life is simple. I smile to myself when I remember this….This world is an amazing place…….it is only people who complicate it! Just write how you feel, what you feel, how you see life around you, just write, does it have to make sense, no, so long as it makes… Read more »

Katy Bizi
Katy Bizi (@katy-bizi)
5 days ago

Another beautifully written haiku! Of course, you wouldn’t expect anything less from Culture Dragon.

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