Guest Post Time!- See-

I am SO happy to be showing off another blogger that I have absolutely loved getting to know through the online classes, and through her blogs/writing.  Rosema is very unique and has such a unique ability to draw you into her poetry/writing.  She loves to read, write, and make awesome poems, when she is not working!  You can find her blog, A Reading Writer, right here.

I asked her to describe what she thinks this world will be like in 50+ years, and to give you all a little bit of her background! Please enjoy, and don’t forget to head on over to her blog to like, comment, or even share (with permission of course) her post! 🙂

Humans as cyborgs. Organs made of steel. Brain chipped with AI deals.
Cars are flying, manless strolling on roads that’re hanging. Wow, maybe that’s what will be saying.
Wars not by land nor by sea nor by air. But by World Wide Web, a battle louder than snare.
Country bases not on earth, but on moon. Will there be territories? We’ll know not soon.
Religion’s united, yes, there’ll only be one. For those who’ll disobey, killing will be for fun.
More than five decades from now.
Will marriage remain, or will it be put in vain?
Will there be one nation, or will there be more option?
Will there be fresh food, or all will be man-made goods?
Will the sun explode, or the earth will be towed?
Will there be robots around every home?
Will there be humans or just millions of clone?
Will there be you?
Will there be me?
I guess,
it’s for us,
to see.
In my very first post almost two years ago titled Agony, I quoted Maya Angelou. “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”
Those words have been the final force that made me leap and start blogging.
I was afraid of writing publicly. There are a lot of bloggers already, I won’t be someone that the world would miss.
I was afraid of grammar Nazi. There are a lot of writers who can write flawlessly and way better than me.
I was afraid. But I took the challenge. Took a leap.
After just more than a year, with the help of my lovely blogger friends, and Blogging University’s team for Writing 101 and Writing 201, I have now wings and not fears.
Bio: I am a millennial from the Philippines. I am a writer by day (working in PR), a reader by night (always by the bed), and a blogger in between.
 A Reading Writer, features short fiction, poems, anecdotes, personal musings and, of course, bookish thoughts.

2 thoughts on “Guest Post Time!- See-

  1. I am deeply deeply honored to be featured in your lovely blog, Sheridan! But most of all, I am grateful for you. 🙂 Not just for your kind and all so sweet words but for your generosity! 🙂 I can surely sense how a great woman you are because your generous and never short of positive thoughts and insightful words, (I will never forget how I love your poem about Seconds). 🙂
    Thanks again! 😀

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  2. Aw, this was a very good post. Finding the time and actual
    effort to make a really good article… but what can I say… I hesitate a whole lot and
    don’t manage to get nearly anything done.


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