Wow, I’ve really been AWOL, M.I.A., GONE, for a whole year. I need to let that sink in for a while. Ok, honestly, I missed writing so much, but life got in the way. For a year? You ask. Yes, for a whole year. But heres a life update for any one of you that… Read More In a Year’s Work.
adulthood’ normalises the repetition and monotony of the human world with its pitter patter, pitter patter of feet that -and if London is where you live- “mind the gap between the train and the platform” which leads you nowhere oh, just look at us unsuspecting folk who don’t realise that we will never again view life… Read More A Life to Remember
broken glass litters the walls with weaving patterns these mosaic shards lead to the land of the defeated a land inhabited by one brain (and 15 trillion cells) consumed with thoughts of the consumption of their host outnumbered except this lack of loyalty to the cerebrum is all you should expect from shards of broken… Read More Fragments of a Life.
My little hiatus is finally finito… I’d just been feeling so tired, stressed and cranky all the time so I decided to cut out all the extra things I was doing for a while. Sadly, the blog went on a break too but I can definitely testify to the fact that I’m feeling 150% better! Most… Read More Break’s over
She starts with those familiar nibbles, ‘Just a little more’ Oliver with an impolite, stigmatised Twist The hunted predator allows herself to hungrily gulp in mouthfuls of that life-giving chemical; Symbol O, Atomic number 8 Never enough Asphyxiating, lungs swelling and arms reaching out for Tangible humanity
Mornings carry connotations of a bird in flight but this morning was different; that bird got riddled with bullets from a man with a twinkle in his eyes… and a gun I’m pretty sure he thought that the bright, red flapping wings were a stain on his flawless azure sky I really did try waving my… Read More The Unsympathetic Shooter