Weaving Wyrd – Review.


Weaving Wyrd by Elle Mort

I hold my hands up to having rarely enjoyed poetry but I had read a few of Elle Mort’s poems in the past on social media and really enjoyed them, imagine my joy when I saw a whole book of her work.

Much of the work is dark and will resonate on many levels but it also speaks in a language that beauty understands, there is a talent in this work that is magical, if you have never read any Elle Mort poetry now is your chance as she’s placed it within a binding for your enjoyment. Dare you go there?


The Blurb –

Ever since I can remember, poetry has been part of my life. The words and the flow come easily to me, like the rhythm of the music.
It brings me immense joy in happy times and soothes me, even in the darkest nights of the soul.
It is my constant companion; my words pour out on the page almost as quickly as they are created in my brain.
We all have a dark side, but there is a balance in us. Mine manifests in ink rather than deed.
If I can write poetry, you can do it too. You don’t need a captive audience; you don’t even need to have talent. The most important thing is that you write it for yourself; you don’t need to share it with anyone if you don’t want to. All you must do is, to be honest, use your love, use your pain in your writing.
Words are healing; they can be a tool to release negativity inside when you make them manifest on a page.
Do not fear to walk in the darkest of places; You will be a beacon of hope in the caverns and the shadows.



6 thoughts on “Weaving Wyrd – Review.

      • Namaste Steph 🙂

        Perhaps you might be bold and publish a piece or two: allow your readers to be your critique 🙂 Which reminds me, has a feather yet found you and shared their tale?

        I’m fine thank you for asking, as I hope you are as well? What news from Glastonbury?

        Namaste 🙂


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      • 😀 Excellent Steph, to know enchantment mystery and wonderment never fade. Your feather will arrive in good time, no doubt about it 😀

        ‘Glastonbury is Glastonbury…little changes here’ – Just the other day I came to realise that I had been resident at my current address for three years longer than I had imagined. I had no idea time had flown by so quickly: nor that upon reflection, nothing of much consequence had changed in that time either. The jury is still out on whether this is a positive or negative thing.

        Namaste 🙂


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