Hello! How are you?! How’s it goin’?!
I hope very well indeed! I want to personally thank you for taking the time to check out my site, it is and probably always will be a work in progress but it’s a start!
First and foremost, this site is mainly for poetry purposes; to share
my poetry and to meet all the new and interesting people whom find their way here.
I currently have more than 100+ poems written and am always writing more. If you enjoy them I thoroughly encourage you return, bookmark the site, subscribe via eMail or Facebook – et cetera!
I would love to see these poems get published one day, which I’ll always strive for, though in the meantime posting them here to MyBreality is a great way to get them out to (you) the public and let them be known!
If you have an opinion or feedback on a poem (positive or negative) – please feel free to share! Leave a comment after reading, or SHARE them with friends!
I would love to hear from you!
On the other hand, as I’m sure you already know, I go by the name of Bre – short for Breanne Katherine. My online screen-name for random social networks is usually either BreKat23 or Breezii23.
23 being my lucky number as I was born on 2/23/1989 at 2:23am. Freaky huh? ;P
I love so many things about this world - about life, about everything… I really cannot list them all, else we’d be here all day!
I’m a genuinely happy person; someone who loves nature, music, adventure, art, travel, so on and so forth.
I also try to make a memory in everything I do, big or small!
You can be a part of my life if you choose to friend request me on a social network I take part in. Clicking back to the home page, you’ll find most of the social networks I use beneath my picture in the right-hand sidebar.
Feel free to connect with me there, I tend to hang around those as often as I do my blog.
I look forward to establishing a connection, sharing my poetry, and growing this site in terms of aesthetics and functionality.
I hope you’ll find it to your satisfaction, be sure to let me know if you have any suggestions, comments or concerns!
- Dragoste Astazi -
(Romanian for Love Today)
“Let us remember….that in the end we go to poetry for one reason, so that we might more fully inhabit our lives and the world in which we live them, and that if we more fully inhabit these things, we might be less apt to destroy both.”
- Christian Wiman