Category Archive: Poetry

Another Turn

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There was a point when home felt a burden All you wanted to do was run. But today when all those sick feelings are gone life took another turn. You wanted adventure, you… Continue reading

One Drop

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One Day One drop Wandered about Life and all that Am I here To make a difference Actually, do I make a difference I am just a drop Some may put me In… Continue reading

Pain in the name

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Pain in the name I certainly took the long tour – certainty is gained lost love, am I but a whore – Insane or am I righteous, what were we for – I… Continue reading

Sleep

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I iz understood I be as certain to be good I coulda been better off so I iz bitter n fucked off A lot you aint coughed up the lines I need to… Continue reading

Fish Tank Girl

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She is now my wife. I keep her in a giant fish tank which is cleverly concealed in my massive expensive house in the British countryside. I purchased her from a Somalian pirate… Continue reading

Diary entry

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Today I had three hours of Teresa from rethink come and sit down while I clean up. My flat is looking a little better now, all the grime is gone and its tidy.… Continue reading

Random scribbles and jots for the what nots

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well maybe not so chaos but agitated séance – tuning out the jokers n the clowns without their crayons – frivolous and fragrant of quite unearthly fragrance – some echo this is dangerous… Continue reading

This is Me

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High school is different, I was once told. But it is not, or was not, not for me. University is different, said my favourite teacher. But it is not, not for me. Every… Continue reading

I push the button.

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Red! Self-destruct! I hold my breath until the water hisses. Perhaps not today. Anyway, decaf is not a volatile substance. On the couch my sister sits hunched over a Mac Book adorned with… Continue reading

Autumn, Where Are You?!

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Dear Autumn, RE: Where Are You This Year? I write to you with a grave concern I felt compelled to express. I am consumed with sorrow, because of your absence. May I enquire,… Continue reading