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Writing Blog 1

Let The World Have It

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

My mother told me she once fell in love at first sight—heart flat on the pavement.

She was walking on the road in Whitehorse and saw a man in a car driving. He was so beautiful it made her whole head, body, heart—all of it turn.

She pulled a 180 and learned later, so did he.

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So You Want To Be A Poet

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

Poetry should be exciting, it should upset the grandmothers and make strong men puke. Make the spiders laugh and the sea shit back.” ~ Charles Bukowski

 I don’t intend on ever writing to condition the mass mind of this world.

I will be soft, but not with my truth.

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You Are Accountable For The Orgasms You Aren't Having

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

A woman commented on a recent article I wrote for Elephant Journal called, 10 Ways to Become Sexually Empowered and Start Having Orgasms Like You Mean It, and said, “Wait, isn’t it my partners job to make me orgasm?”

All I heard was someone throwing their accountability for having great sex, lazily out the window.

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The Importance Of Boundaries

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

I am burnt out today. I don’t have the energy to even be around other people.

I opened my phone this morning to six friend requests and a dozen messages and let out a huge dramatic sigh and wanted to yell an exasperated, “Get off my back!”

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Fuck Pensions

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

I used to say that I didn’t value money

I always had it, spent it, made rent without a sweat
I paid the bill, chose the nicest red by the glass
They knew my first name at my favourite stores
We both knew they liked my credit card
But it’s nice when they know you.

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Why We Should Celebrate Our Sadness

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

Have you ever had a day where you are sad, turned the news on, listened to a reporter talk about an incurable disease killing thousands of people in Africa and then felt guilty about your sadness?

Don’t do that.

Yes, Ebola outbreaks are important, but your sadness is important, and so are you.

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A Love That Would Rather Not Wait

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

Darling let’s not have coffee or tea or talk or entertain the world or ourselves with trivial things such as the weather or where we have to be five minutes from now.

For I am so hungry for your mouth—cursing the days, hours and minutes that your body cannot find mine.

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