Final Post

As you might have noticed, I haven’t posted anything since January 3rd! D:

The truth is, I have turned my focus to my poetry on East Coast Insomnia. I have finally reached the point where I have a constantly growing audience for what I love: creative writing. Aside from the poetry, however, I do take time to just talk about life, similar to what I would do here.

So, as terribly sad as I am to make this announcement, this will be my final post on Her Softly Spoken Heart. I have loved every minute of this blog, and it helped me through so much along the way. The truth is, some of my best advice is woven throughout this blog, so I am going to happily leave it up for browsing.

What I would like to do now is to invite you to visit, and then hopefully join, the happenings of East Coast Insomnia. It truly is the rawest version of myself that I can give right now.

If this blog has ever made a difference in your life, or even made you stop and thinking about the things around you, I encourage you to comment and let me know. I would love to hear from you guys!

Thank you for the consistency and support that you, my readers, have given to me; it truly has meant the world. I hope and pray that you all do well in life, and that there would be happiness all around. Feel free to contact me any time.

Mucho love-o,
Brittany Rose


Where have I been?

I’ve been spending most of my time only a quick click away at East Coast Insomnia! My poetry blog has been on the rise since starting 365 Days of Poetry, and I can feel my personal writing taking off, too! Please feel free to check it out and subscribe to it if you are fond of it! It’s been growing steadily for a little over a month now, and I would be thankful for your visit. (: Meanwhile, I would like to share with you some of my writing music.

This playlist makes me feel.

You Look Nice in a Tie. (via Vive Amanda Jaye!)

This post was written by someone quite close to me; she might as well be my sister. Anyway, I knew after reading it that I share it with all of my followers. I hope you enjoy, and if you do, be sure to let her know. (:

From dust we came. The more I process this statement, the more amazed I become with humanity. I am a product of dust and rib; my ever-changing, self-sustaining, carefully designed body…from dust. For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. My frame was not hidden from you when I was made in the secret place. Wh … Read More

via Vive Amanda Jaye!