Goodbye Writing 101

Goodbye Writing 101

Writing 101 Assignment #20

But I’m not ready to say goodbye 😢😢! So it seems that this blogging course has ended way too quickly. It appeared that the easiest way for me to approach these assignments were in the form of a poem which is crazy because I haven’t written any poetry in years! Therefore, it only seems fit to approach the final assignment in the same way. Also, in honour of thanksgiving this week, I will use my final assignment to speak on why I am thankful for this course.

N.B: For those of you who enjoy my work, I will try to post the link to one more of my writing pieces for the final few days that I am still able to post in the Commons Community.


Where do I begin?…….To tell a story of how great a love can be.

This writing course reignited the Edgar Allen in me.

Enough of Andy Williams I’d like to talk more seriously.

I’ll admit that I’m having a hard time writing this piece and I’m not exactly sure why.

Not that I’m not thankful for anything but after a few hours staring at a blank screen I guess it’s difficult for me to say goodbye.

I haven’t written anything in such a long time, I feel like this course has given me a fresh start.

I’m thankful for the daily prompts that got me in the mood, it’s been so long my love and I have been apart.

I’m thankful to anyone who took the time to read all that I had to say,

You’ve reaffirmed that I should continue to write, to hell with the naysayers from this day.

Finally, I’m thankful that I found my niche in blogging so I’ll continue to post my photos, insights and rhymes.

I hope that my work can inspire someone if only one follower at a time.






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