Claudia McGill does all kinds of things. Besides writing poetry she is an artist and a housewife.
She doesn’t like talking on the phone and she dislikes crowds. She loves cats and she reads. A lot.
Claudia McGill says: Here’s what I wrote in my first post, and I thought I’d copy it here, because it tells why I wanted to have this blog.
I’ve been writing poetry for decades. A little here, a little there. Some years nothing at all and some years quite a lot. Over time, the poems have piled up. Accumulated. Pages and pages. More words come along all the time.
I decided to let them out into the world. No reason as to why now and not earlier, but it just seems like a good time.
So here they are for you to read and, I hope, enjoy.
If you are interested, here are my other blogs – take a look!:
Claudia McGill’s artist site: Claudia McGill and Her Art World
Claudia McGill’s personal site: Sometimes You Get So Confused
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I really enjoy your blog here. You and I share a common interest in poetry.
I hope you get a chance to check out my poems and see what you think.
Thank you! I will certainly take a look. It is great to “meet” other poets and read their work.
I’ve read two and clicked ‘follow’ because I wish to keep up with your beat. Also it sounds like you pay attention and are (thus) right. *keeps up happily*
Hello Claudia, finally got around to visiting you 🙂
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Hello, Claudia. I dropped your name as a happy maker 🙂 It’s not a nomination (unless you wish to do it too), just to let you know:
Hi Claudia… I am so attracted to people whose creativity just tumbles out of them. Love your blogs! We all need places to become happily lost (or found!) in.
Thank you so much. This made my day.
Hi Claudia, how are you? I have a pottery kiln and do not know how to use it. I did pottery many years ago, but of course, did not fire anything myself. One day if you visit Brisbane – come have a cuppa here and we can have fire and work out how to use the kiln and make art. 🙂
Hi, I would love to stop in and say hello to you! And an art day sounds so enticing…If only the trip were a little shorter…I don’t know how much help I could be with your kiln – My kiln is computerized and I just push buttons and it does the rest. It is smarter than I am and has never let me down.
Hahaha – that kiln sounds so out of this world. I guess mine is an old, old one. I’m told it is a traditional Japanese kiln. We can still make art or sit by the fire. Look forward to your visit Claudia. 🙂
My kiln is efficient but bland. One firing, you’ve got the whole picture…Yours sounds like a personality that you have to get to know. I like the thought of that.
🙂 I like that Claudia. Hehehe – there is a potential personality for sure.
am much enjoying your blog 🙂
What a nice thing to say! Thank you! I’m glad.
Hi, Claudia! A pleasure to visit here again. Will follow.
Thank you! I appreciate it and I hope you enjoy your visits.
Thank you for stopping by my page. I couldn’t stop reading and scrolling yours. It makes my heart sing! Your words and your images have captured a new follower!
Thank you! You made my day! And I didn’t get a chance to look at your site closely until today, I am very intrigued with what you are doing and I look forward to exploring with you (I followed, forgot to say). I listen to music mostly as I do artwork or write, and I have gotten in a rut. Looking forward to what you bring to light!