An Attempt To Exercise Humility That Doesn’t Confuse Itself w. Self-Loathing

jeremiah walton rest 2
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RECORDING AN EXORCISM

EXPELLING SELF-LOATHING FROM WHAT’S BEEN CONSIDERED HUMILITY

This is the poem that kicked off the “Write The Poem, Upload, Record” series—an exercise in humility & using social media publishing to shed shame, be vulnerable, & learn compassion for the parts of myself I hate.

To unlearn humility as self-loathing & learn it as an active silence, receptive dialogue.

Reactions & red ink are welcome, though that’s not the point of these scribbles & scrapes. You can read up on the series, & its intent, at the FB album used to compile the poems.

Also, add me as a ‘friend’ (whatever that means to you), or click ‘follow’ to keep up w. the posts! This site, while it’ll be regularly updated, is more like a fishing net to bring people in to the community that’s forming over there.

I’m also throwing updates on the series & travels thru @RuntRaccoon on IG

I’m awkward w. that self-promotion shit, so thank ya for bearing thru w. me. Let’s dig into the weird-side back-stage shots of this confused head-space bumbling around the country ❤

“REST WELL”

Tucson Greyhound, AZ, US, 1.22.18

 


“WRITE THE POEM, RECORD, UPLOAD,”

The “Write The Poem, Record, Upload” series is posted + archived in a FB photo-album.  You can add me as a ‘friend‘ (whatever that means to you), or click ‘follow‘ (whatever that means to you) to keep up.

If you’re not down w. FB, another option is to view the series’s on-site “Table of Contents,”

Much gratitude to the folks that have helped me get this far ❤

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