About the Blogger

Dear you, whoever you may be,

I suppose I should tell you a little about myself. As a child, I grew up on and worked on a Nubian dairy goat farm in Edgefield, South Carolina. My family moved to Alaska when I was 13 years old. This was where I lived, went to college, and worked a ridiculous number of odd jobs until I was 18. I now study theatre at the College of Charleston, in Charleston, South Carolina. The basics, right?

As a writer, you’ll find me often quiet, attemptively inquisitive, usually always incredibly friendly, though. As an artist and designer, you’ll find me with some varied amount of charcoal on my face or paint on my arms for the majority of our meetings. As a researcher and explorer, you may find me airheaded, off on another planet – in every situation, taken aback constantly by a world of constant stimuli. Not the greatest image. Anyway –

I post some of my poetry, short stories, and artwork on this blog. I hope that you will find something about yourself, something to which you can draw comfort, hidden inside the words and images. The artist’s statement…that’s what that thing before this sentence is supposed to be? Brutally soft, yes, it is. Now you’re getting to know me…

Thank you so much for visiting.

Peace and love.

Morgan Bradham


240 thoughts on “About the Blogger

  1. wolfsbanepoetry

    Hi Morgan thanks for following my blog! I hope I can post some poems and stories that resonate with you.
    I’ll be following you as well. :)


      1. tarnishedsoul

        Thank you! IT was something I just happened to feel…like life gets away from you and you forget what it’s like to be full of awe and wonder at the world, ya know? :)


  2. ms. arachne

    Hi! I enjoyed reading your lyrics and I really like the photos you used to illustrate some of them. I look forward to reading more.


  3. oneta hayes

    Morgan, I happy to come over to return your follow. Let’s travel together through stories, poems, and more of what hits the spot. Your titles look so inviting. I hope to spend some time browsing here.


  4. Rustic Recluse

    I enjoyed reading your blog, so thank you for coming by my site previously when I was missing in the universe of endless work! Now that I’m back online, I can finally have a read – and this About page is lots of fun – What an adventure you’ve had!


  5. Random Guy-Servant (randomgs) of Bajan13K, `teh

    I like the concept of being a professional adventurer, but also, from your description of your parents, we all need at least two roles in life, besides the often-neglected role of sleeping. So, perhaps the idea is really adventurer and [something else] as co-professions.

    For me, I’m working on professional editor and professional tourist, although I think I might disguise the last one as something else. After all, any occupation with sufficient travel allowances makes for professional tourism — offhand, journalist, photographer, health worker (high-class/high-income specialist or popular), stage performer, all come to mind as having a great deal of travel involved, typically, providing the right support team/environment, and agreements/contracts/relationships, exist.



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