Day 2 & 3 of #the100dayproject 

#2 

The last coversation 

The long silences

The grim goodbye 

Waiting to see

He listened

Fighting 

Grief

To waste time

Quiet and watchful

Talked instead of listening

Confused 

Obnoxious

I see you 

It was exile

#3
Upstairs

The master 

Held a potrait

A crucifix

The bay window

Offered a view of

The port

The window 

A message

Tired 

Now

#the100dayproject

Go follow @elleluna on instagram. She created this movement and I am joining so I can get more creative with what I do. 

I choose the black out poetry project because I tend to abandon things after a few days and sharing it on here will force me to blog! I am just a big ball of procrastination and forgetfullness. 

Here is the last black out poetry I worked on today and I will remind myself to only do one a day to pace myself and also not feel as overwhelmed so if I miss a day, I can easily catch up. 

#1

Looking

Exposing

Entry and exit

No hurry

He listened

Take care

Hope you all gained a little inspiration and let me know of you will join me in this creatove endeavor. 

Stay blessed, Vanessa. 

Journey into black out poetry

As I was surfing threw the vast creative world that is youtube, i learned about black out poetry. 

I have seen many photos via tumblr and wondered what it was and now I can say that I really enjoy this process especially on days that i simply can not place words together. 

This creative outlet is unlike anything I have come across of and actually feels soothing, its the best way I can describe it to be for me anyways. 

Here is the first one I managed to create. 

I placed washi tape on the corners of the pages I did create. Since this book is a thriller, it will be interesting to see all the finished poems. 

Here’s the cover of the book: 

I will revamp the cover to suit me better and the poems I end up creating from it. 

If you would like to see more photos of the poetry I wind up creating, please visit my tumblr

Stay blessed. 

Vanessa 

Making vision/inspiration pages in my Bullet Journal

I had cut out a few things that stuck out to me from a magazine and had been wanting to make a vision board/inspiration pages in my bullet journal for awhile. I didn’t want to make a big typical one on a poster board and hang it up etc. Like most I have seen. Putting it in my bullet journal that I am constantly in and flipping threw seemed more and more like a good idea.

I enjoyes the process so much and it didn’t take long to place it all together. 

What is something you have done to be creative in your bullet journal? 

Xo, Vanessa.