Stay on One Topic

I’ve been advised that my blog is all over the place and I should have separate blogs for Poetry, Urban Orchard, Food, etc. etc.  whereas I post all sorts of things on all sorts of topics, sometimes on the same day,  on my blog.

It’s confusing

They bleat but I threatened to write about religion and politics too if they don’t butt out.

I admit that if you bind my blog into a book, it would look a mess but the way I see it, everyday is a new day and every moment is a new moment and people are different beings at different times.  So am I.  I write a poem if I’m in poet mode and I write about my garden if I’d just come inside.  What’s wrong with that?  It’s not like many people read my stuff.

That’s why

So they reckon people stay away in droves because I am bad at filing, not because they’re busy living their own lives or have better things to read?

You already have two blogs; why not four?

Sorry, but I had to play my cancer card.  I don’t have the energy, I bleat.  And I am forgiven.

About Mary Tang

An urban orchardist everyday, a volunteer regularly, a poet sometimes and a blogger since March 2015. I travel when I can. Food is a constant.
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5 Responses to Stay on One Topic

  1. Cynthia says:

    The way I see it, it’s your blog and an expression of what you want to share. Your decision. I like it!

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  2. I agree entirely. Memory isn’t tidy. You will soon have hundreds of followers

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  3. Ridiculous. Do it the way you want to, like you do your urban orchard!

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