Monthly Archives: March 2014

People (with D H Lawrence)

There is something liberating about being able to write…type…be oneself, living spontaneously and e-nonymously in the middle of a big city, even if only for a while. It’s therapeutic to be reminded that the weight of the world doesn’t really … Continue reading

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Mortality

We know that we’ll all die one dayMaybe before our prime. We know that we’ll be dead some dayBut we don’t know the time. We know our eyes will forever shut We know we’ll no more sing and strutWhether we’ve … Continue reading

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I write and want

I write to stay saneAnd to maintain Control of my brain Not go insane I write ‘cos I can’t Scream and shoutLet it all outStomp and pout I write from a placeOf darknessAnd solitudeWith brief spells of lightAnd humour. [London?] … Continue reading

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An hour in the life

As she walked to the glass door of the hotel, large laptop bag in tow, she bowed her head, feeling out of place. “I hope I don’t run into anyone I know,” she thought self-consciously. “The doorman isn’t there,” she … Continue reading

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