This book groups my best poems written between 2018 and 2021. I chose the Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing, as I read a lot on the subject for the past years, and it remains the best way for new writers to publish their books. I will also use the site Draft2Digital to help me spread it around other well known eBook sites (Google Book, Issue, ScribD, etc.). Thank you LB for sharing your first book ‘Wearing Her Footsteps’ publishing experience with me.
Since, I started writing on Medium in the fall of 2018, I had no idea which direction I was…
Indescribable moments which cannot be shared, alone above oneself, perched on the great beauty of Eudaimonia, ascending peaks of comforting solitudes, reaching blessedness zenitude of our long awaited spiritual prosperity.
Francine Fallara, 2021
Eudaimonia (Greek: εὐδαιμονία [eu̯dai̯moníaː]; sometimes anglicized as eudaemonia or eudemonia, /juːdɪˈmoʊniə/) is a Greek word commonly translated as ‘happiness’ or ‘welfare’; however, more accurate translations have been proposed to be ‘human flourishing’, ‘prosperity’ and ‘blessedness’.
In response to a prompt collaboration between Literary Impulse and Paper Poetry for the beautiful word: Eudaimonia
Push away life’s drums and beats which has kept you away from your music passion.
I’ll talk to you later.
I’ll call you later.
See you later.
We’ll go for a walk later.
I’ll tell you how I feel later.
Later you will know how much you mean to me.
Later, maybe I’ll love you and maybe forget you.
We save everything for later and we forget that ′later′ is not ours!
That people ′later′ may not be with us anymore.
That ′later′ we may not hear them anymore, or not see them. …
Our call for writers and artists is to send us poetry and art that fits with our global theme representing black history, the positives, the negatives, the wounds, and the life lessons. It can be either someone in black history that inspired you or your own personal experience.
This issue will focus on what is wrong with our current events, and it will assemble contributions dedicated to Black History month.
This issue’s theme “Starlight’s Glow” is about the positive effects of our disconnection from life, a pause of life.
The dreams, the thoughts and the wonders exhibiting growth and a glow of renewal.
A collection of poetry relating to our main theme from many different writers as well as visuals from artists, illustrators and photographers.
Passionate, genuine and creative simple girl striving daily to keep my inner rebel warrior alive. Author of ‘Inkling Whispers’, paperback and eBook on Amazon.