My front porch – A poem

Whenever my breath feels stale but I need to breathe,
I sit on my front porch (preferably in the early morning
But sometimes afternoon)
Only when it’s sunny
(Usually I have to squint my eyes but I don’t mind)
It cleanses me in a funny sort of way
(Even when it’s loud with endless planes
And cars and caravans
Travelling from the park up the road)
Everything seems quiet
Everything seems calm
The breeze settles a stillness within me
As I sit behind my white picket fence
The world seems at ease
And everyone and everything is just
Living their lonely lives

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You have more time than you think

This is a gallery of all the artwork I’ve produced throughout my first semester of my Illustration Animation University course. think an excuse that I and others often use is ‘I don’t have time’. ‘I wish I could draw every day but I don’t have time.’ One of the main things I have learned throughout this semester is that I have more time than I think, when I actually use it wisely, and I think maybe in the future I will have more faith in what I can achieve. I can do anything I set my mind to.

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The life of an ambivert

An ambivert is someone who is neither an introvert nor an extrovert, but somewhere in between. Instead of having a battery that is recharged solely by either social interaction or alone time, it can really depend on the person and the situation. For me, I have more like a double ended battery. I think that’s the best way to describe it.

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