About


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I’m just another everyday someone dealing with everyday crap just like a lot of other folks out there.Β 

I don’t pretend to be anything more or less than what I am. To me, that is rather fruitless and therefore a waste of time.

I perceive shit based on the information provided to me. This, unfortunately, tends to get me screwed; and in a not-so-pleasant sort of way, I should add. I’m still working on the changing of that aspect of things in my life, so at least I have a goal. With goals I find inspiration which will hopefully entertain you.

I am not entirely sane, but I’m okay with that. πŸ™‚Β 

Peace, Love & God Bless! ~

~Kyla M. Scheuer ~

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72 responses to “About

  1. I can relate to the ‘finding’ yourself Kyla. We all may have different reasons for getting lost in the first place, but the journey is what a lot of us share. Thanks for coming up on the porch and peeking in the window. You’ll find it’s a fun place to hang out and I have links to some of the best bloggers out there, I hope you get to know them too. Best of luck in your search for new inspiration; I have a feeling you are going to find plenty of it in this community. See ya next time you drop by, and if you let me know your favorite beverage, I’ll always have it on hand. πŸ™‚
    R

  2. Kyla

    I read your bitch poem. It seems there is a lot of pain, but your fighting spirit comes through. I don’t know your trials, but I have no doubt, no doubt, that you will be triumphant.

    KnowledgeKnut

  3. Hey Kyla, thanks for dropping in and taking such a lengthy look at my “beeseeker” blog. In return I dropped in to yours – you have written some powerful stuff – please keep finding it and keep putting it out there.

  4. THANK YOU for your kind comment at my blog! That means the WORLD to me. I empathize with the frustration of not being able to write. Nowadays, I write out of desperation. The only way that I CAN do it, is kicking my inner critic in the a-s-s, so many times until she/he finally shuts up! I couldn’t write poems for so many years, because when I’d write one my inner critic would yell THIS IS CRAP, and I’d tear it up. I refuse to do that anymore. Have to keep on writing. If today’s writing isn’t any good, tomorrow’s might be better. And there’s always the rewrite. I’m FINALLY getting to like the concept of REWRITE.

    I have to take a shower, right now. I’m going to come back here to your site, later, and read your poems. Hey, I LIKE QUIRKY. πŸ™‚ I LIVE FOR QUIRKY! πŸ˜‰

  5. A wonderful blog you have here, Kyla! Thank you for finding your way to Oceantics, and for bringing so much joy to fellow bloggers. We live in fabulous times, the rest is perception–and good writing!

  6. Hi there Kyla, Thank you so much for visiting my poetry blog and for sending me a ‘Lovely Blog Award’. I will have to decline as my aim is to keep the blog plain and but I really appreciate your kind gesture and send you my best wishes. Josephine.

  7. Thank you for stopping by my blog. So glad it led me back to yours. I too am on a journey to find the writer within and wake her up. Glad to be in good company! Remember it is about the journey not the destination! Hope you’ll visit again.

  8. I am glad to be enjoying your work. I do hope you get totally well, I am hoping you get back to writing it always is a calming for me and i cant wait to read more. Take Care

    • Thank you for your kind words. I hope you enjoy ‘er as you go along, let me know what you think if you have time. Looking forward to getting to know more of your work as well. πŸ™‚

  9. Kyla,

    just wish to write you a heartfelt thank you for visiting and liking my blog post. It always feels so good to meet another fellow writer! I’m sure I will enjoy my visit to yours!

  10. Creative writing, when applied by pen, can be downright magical therapy. Throw in a couple characters and a plot ~ boom ~ your theme comes alive! And breathing becomes contagious…

  11. This blog has a lot of poems and poets I’ve never encountered before. Thanks for dropping by my blog, I admire your perseverance! I’ll be visiting here quite frequently. Nice to meet you! Hugs, Pia

    • Hi Monica,
      I wanted to be certain my response was as honest and pure as you deserve, so I have spent a bit of time on both your blogs this morning. I clearly recall now the switch from coconutspeak to medicatedwordz, took me a bit due to my damaged brain. πŸ™‚
      I enjoy the prose you write because it is honest and straight from the heart, like my works. I’m not big on politics or any of that stuff, my conditions prevent me from being able to process them properly and separately from my personal life and I become too over-whelmed. Sounds kinda silly, I know, but I’m an odd duck. I’ve finally come to terms with that. But your word on ‘medicatedwordzallowed’ speak to me, and I can relate on many levels. If you have read any of my stuff, you may have found already that I too suffer from Severe Depression among a slew of other crap. My writing is one of my outlets to keep me from losing what sanity I may still retain.
      Did I answer your question, or did this just turn into babble? I was trying to get my 6-yr-old ready for school, so I may have lost track. I hope I answered sufficiently? If not, let me know. And keep those beautiful words flowing, my friend. πŸ™‚

      β™₯ ~ Kyla ~ β™₯

  12. Can so relate to losing oneself! For almost 15 years I could not paint. I’d do anything not to take up a brush. I was lost.
    Through the belief in me by some very special people, I came back. Not totally there yet but on my way. My blog, yours and others like it, help me see the way.
    I thank you for the ‘Like’ and keep going forward, yon are the best!

    • Thank you. As it urns out, and as my post show if you ever get bored enough to go through, I have broken through the wall and have written several new 2012 pieces. I’m very excited about them as they seem to have a different tone than much of my previous work
      I suppose I should split them up under categories shouldn’t I? Thank you so much for you kind words, and I look forward to reading more of yours as well.
      Kyla πŸ™‚

  13. Kyla, thank you for stopping and liking today’s post. I too am on a journey. I think we are all poets at heart and want to share something we hold close. I accept your invitation and will join you on the journey.

    Take care,

    Ivon

  14. Hey Kayla, your enthusiasm is contagious! :):):) I believe we are all on a journey of great discoveries. A good friend of mine says we are all born anew each day. The great thing about this journey is that you learn something new everyday.
    Thanks for stopping by my place, I will pop in as often as I can to see what new things you get into, life is good gal….LIVE IT! πŸ™‚

  15. Hi Kyla. Thanks so much for visiting my blog and liking “Chipped Paint”. I’m sorry to hear about your ailments and wish you all the best. I’ll add you to my ever growing prayer list….Please stop by again soon. Blessings, Robyn

  16. Kyla – I am thankful that you visited my blog, as it carried me to yours. What similar stories we seem to have. I am coming through the worst year of my life, but am determined to rediscover my voice and my spirit. Finding my old poems has helped me reconnect with myself, although some of the pain is almost too much to bear at times. I pray for peace in your soul, and a voice for your story… R

  17. Thank you for stopping by and liking. The one worthwhile thing I’ve learned about writing is never give up. I wish you the best of luck on your journey.

  18. I am just calling in from Becca’s Space
    where I noticed a mention on the Vampire
    posting… Being inquisitive I thought that
    I would check your world of blogging and
    read some of your work. Don’t worry I am
    not a creepy Vampire but you are welcome
    to venture into my Private Space where
    ghouls and zombies tread the path of evil,
    well something like that anyway πŸ™‚ lol

    Do have a most exquisite rest of weekend
    and watch out for any passing Vampires, as
    some enjoy biting necks and… Just be on
    your guard is what I am saying πŸ™‚

    Yes I am just kidding…

    Androgoth

  19. I have had but just a small glimpse of your work
    but I will call back later to read more of your offerings πŸ™‚

    Have a fine and wickedly enjoyable rest of weekend πŸ™‚

    Androgoth

  20. Funny how we can never claim to be writers or poets in the same way others are doctors and engineers, right? Nice to find your blog again, Kyla, and thanks for liking my poem. I’ll come back and read more from you.

  21. Something about you just makes me really happy… I am not being weird or anything its just a feeling get… Like you are an awesome person with a great spirit and it shows and all i did was read the about page… Can’t wait to look at more.

  22. Once was Oniric on Ex Mente Orbis. Migrated to Jouer dans les nuages and I’m still Γ‰ric, and I still think what you write is important and fun to read. Don’t stop. I’ll visit you again. Have a nice saturday!

    • That it is. But I am getting reacquainted with my true self, and I like who I am finding. I may have mental issues, but I am stronger and smarter than certain people have given me credit for. 😜 😈

  23. Kiki thanks for stopping by and revisiting my blog. I have unfortunately been a little lax in keeping up with those who I follow. Hope to explore your work in depth. I am very much inspired by your words.

    • In the world we are forced to participate in today, I feel sanity is somewhat over-rated. The sanity I lack enables me to see so much of the beauty that still remains here that most are unable to see. I’m quite Blessed in that perspective. πŸ˜‰

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