• Fiona Alwora


Updated: Aug 13

I have this image in my mind of my muse. She is a better, smarter, more mature version of myself. My future.

In this poem I interview 'her' and it's really a matter of laying a road map or a philosophy that can take me from my ordinary life to my dream of doing this for a living. It talks about doubt and the feeling that I think most artists get at some point - that nobody would ever pick up what you are putting down.

It reminds me that no matter how it's received, I love to create. It gives me a thrill when I find a line I love and sometimes I listen to past episodes and delight in having made something out of nothing.

I am at my best as a human when I come from a place of curiosity and openness to the ideas that flow through me.


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