Learning slide guitar is my covid project.
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I was approached with the #sculpture live with it and see what it had to say.
To me it said frame work of a place to #live #past and #present existing in the same space. A space humanity is struggling with, are we are what we are as a species?
Self absorbed, greedy and short sighted to a fault even when the evidence is right in front of us?
My answer to the piece is I don’t know the future but I can impact the moment by living in it. Click on the link to view the short film.
If only I had more time was my mantra; anxiety clogged my mind and blurred my vision, as the years passed I found myself stuck in a day job that didn’t feel right. The experience was exhausting and depressing; I wasn’t happy within myself and I didn’t know what to do to about it.
The fly is the click bait.
September 5th 2018
The general public is in the dark as to what we in the creative community go through trying to make a living within the creative arts. I’m trying to change that by documenting my journey.
No matter how many rejections letters I get I’ll keep trying.
Dear Shereen Ramprashad,
Thank you poet. We’re honored that you chose to share your work with us, but unfortunately, your poetry is not for us at this time.
We sincerely appreciate your effort and care with this submission, and we hope you continue to lift up our poetry community with your voice.
Best of luck with this & all your future work.
This one is very gentle and encouraging, I like this one.
August 8 2018
Dear Shereen Ramprashad,
Thank you for sending us your poetry—we sincerely appreciate the chance to read your words. Unfortunately, the poems are not for us at this time.
Please know: our editors enjoyed your work and talent & we’re confident these poems will find a home soon.
Thanks again. Best of luck with this & all your future work.
Shereen Ramprashad (KittyKittie) is a colorful, witty and lively Canadian writer based out of Winnipeg Manitoba. Her writings are a creative blend of intelligent metaphor and philosophy with under currents of subtext and observation. Her first published poem, Mohawks and Coffee was featured in the Winnipeg Free Press during Poetry Month in 2016.
Shereen started her creative journey in her early 40’s with the goal of creating waves with spokenword. Ten years later she’s doing just that with her interdisciplinary performance poetry and storytelling