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Lessons from my grandparents – ‘All work and no play’

Lessons from my grandparents – ‘All work and no play’

By the age of 18 I was working almost seven days a week as a broadcast journalist, and every weekend when I left my humble home shared with my extended family, my Grampie, while tending the bicycles in his shop would say to me ‘All […]

Monsters – World Poetry Day 2019

Monsters – World Poetry Day 2019

I do not recognise myself standing in the many shadows of you. You, towering, all-consuming, ever present but hidden away, in plain sight. Yet I feel you in every part of me. Trying to become me.

What Do We Live For?

What Do We Live For?

Someone said that grief is more or less when you have love to give to someone but they’re not there to receive it.

What I see

What I see

I looked at you and I saw Old pains, new desires and longings… Suppressed hopes and hidden dreams

Words Are Windows (Or They’re Walls)

Words Are Windows (Or They’re Walls)

It’s been a while since I posted here – this site has been under construction and it’s been taking me ages to get it sorted out. And life happened. But I’m sort of back now. Ish. I have been wanting to share this with you […]

For Men Only – Relationship Talk

For Men Only – Relationship Talk

This is so funny! I had to share! —————————————————————————————————– Men have you ever encountered one of those situations where it is always your fault? Like the time you dropped that cake on the way to the wedding reception that she had just spent all day […]

This is the year!

This is the year!

Happy New Year my friends! 🙂 x

Solitude

Solitude

What a hauntingly beautiful piece x (Image by Lance Shields) Solitude By Ella Wheeler Wilcox Laugh, and the world laughs with you;     Weep, and you weep alone; For the sad old earth must borrow its mirth,     But has trouble enough of its own. […]



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