So, what have I been up to lately? Quite a bit, and not quite. Read on... 🙂 #journal #life #singlelife #gaming
My Dear Alex (One Year Later...) A year ago, I lost my ex boyfriend Alex to Covid and cancer, and to this day, I miss him terribly... (Journal, 2021).
"Sonnet" was written as a free-flow style poem on August 17, 2021 from 10:21 to 10:25 pm. It appears in my poetry book for Jul-Sep 2021, "The Snarl Diaries." Enjoy!
"Blizzard in my Heart", by Brian Bolding. Written 3/28/21. From Poetry Book Jan-Mar 2021, "Persona Non Grata".
A poem by Brian Bolding. Originally written 11/1/20, during my big 6 month journal hiatus 🙂 It's a weird one about loneliness.
Continuing on from my last post... New Home. So, after Alex passed away, I felt compelled to make a change or two in my life. I had sat around for months and months, working from home and still making A's in grad school online. Life had become predictable, depressing, boring and lonely. My family, as... Continue Reading →
"Under the Guise of Ocean Blue Eyes" - By Brian Thomas Bolding Written 2.23.20 *** Under the guise Of ocean blue eyes Ill make you do Things that I want you to Under the promise That my name is Brian Thomas Vicious and cruel – Scathing and mean I don’t mean to be a fool... Continue Reading →
As the second part to my "Adios, 2019!" post yesterday, I wanted to follow that up with a more upbeat and positive outlook on the new year - the year which began today - 2020! (I plan on posting about my awesome Christmas and New Years celebrations in Texas the past 10 days very soon.... Continue Reading →
Another Space for Someone New I know I need Another space for someone new But how can I Go on when I’m without you I know I need Another face or new hairdo But how can I Even get up out of bed Even get up out of bed When the world is spinning... Continue Reading →
Since the breakup with B, life has been a mixed bag of sorts. As of yesterday, the whole car accident situation has been fully resolved. After five weeks, i finally got my car back last night, fully repaired, and all that rental car business well and truly behind me. I can't tell you how relieved... Continue Reading →