Tag Archives: poetry
I spy with my little eye, This is the story of a little girls cry. It’s a sad sad tale, I hope that she can prevail, inhale and let go of all the despair. Be prepared, because this will tear, … Continue reading
Packing She wanted to fit her life in a suitcase, up and go at any moment, of time, or whim, or wonder, or window of opportunity. But the baggage would only ever pile up high, filling every crack … Continue reading
I recently left Facebook (about 20 hours ago) and it has been one of the most liberating experiences. I write about it here Why I left Facebook…. I am not judging those who wish to stay, but just sharing why … Continue reading
I have started a new blog… another blog… a blog which encompasses all those which are my passions… if you like my poetry, check out my other blog… Empathetic Narratives Do tell what you think, feel, see, understand…
I haven’t posted much new stuff lately, partly because I have been caught in the self deprecation cycle of “I ain’t a poet, I have no skill” and my poetry sucks, partly because I haven’t been writing and partly because I … Continue reading
I will be performing at this on the 24th September. Love to see all you Melbourne peeps there!!
Pleasurable pain is some thing, he never learnt to love. And so, love, he never.
I had a lapse in my daily writing challenge… the simple pleasures one… But I am back, from ‘going fishing’ going fishing I haven’t done it in years. But it brings such joy. Real, sea salt up … Continue reading
I have actually published a real hardcopy, paper and ink, ‘zine’, small book of poetry, chapbook, what ever you’d like to call it! It’s titled ‘She Sat: a small collection’ I’m excited. It’s awesome. You want one. Yes you do. … Continue reading