572651 tn?1530999357

An open invite to join this new MH GROUP

A new group has been formed for our community to share creative expressions --- this is not the same as our MH forum here.  Groups operate differently, and are new to Medhelp.  

This group has grown out of my desire to have a place where our community can share poems, songs, artwork and other creative expressions.  I hope you will join and stop through occassionally to contribute or to view other's works.


Be well,
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648910 tn?1290663083
I joined I just haven't had an epiphany yet.  like Hemingway I never could write until I found my one true sentence.  Lately it is harder to find...lol.

However, I did write the first paragraph of my son's eng lit short story (adult fiction work shop).  He was blocked.  he knew what he was writing about but he couldn't find his one true sentence. ;0)

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572651 tn?1530999357
You can write about anything or everything.  We all need an escape from fixating on MS all the time.  I'll look for your contributions!
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Does the writing or creative expression have to relate to MS or is it just being creative about any subject?

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