Kim Haslam (Estados Unidos)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
My name is Kim Haslam and
I was born & raised in Connecticut. All my life I had a great passion for
acting. I was in small time theatre productions and by the time I turned
twenty - two I decided to move to the Big Apple to pursue my dream. NYC was
a struggle and I was making my living bartending in between auditions. I
finally was able to break in to TV (when I didn't winde up on the editing
floor.) It was quite a wonderful experience.
Unfortunately by twenty
- five, I had to find a job with a steady paycheck and health benefits
because I began to suffer from a very painful condition called Interstycial
Cystitis which in essence is chronic pelvic pain. Still wanting to remain
in the entertainment business, I found a job as an assistant to the VP of
Digital Media Research at MTV Networks. This job has been a blessing - but
I still ached to fulfill another creative outlet, since I'm not a very
analytical person. That outlet was writing. Right now, my writings consist
of poetry but eventually I would love to write a novel even if it never gets
I figure I will start swimming with the small fish instead
of diving in with the sharks. I hope to learn and grow as I continue to
write. It truly is therapy for me physically and no doubt emotionally. I
hope to find readers whom enjoy and relate to my creations.
of THIS GIRL
THIS GIRL is about love and loss. It's a girl who
questions life, who misses those whom have left her life; the ones that made
such an impact on her heart. She is struggling to find balance and forces
herself to recognize the beauty of the world in her saddest mometns.
Essentially that is what keeps her going. However, if you read between the
lines of this poem there is some depth to THIS GIRL, which is why I titled
it this. Its a girl who ultimatly loves but has a hard time grasping the
realities of life which is why she can't remember ever crying.
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Primera publicación en e-Stories.org 16.02.2009.
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