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Don't judge me

It is so easy to judge what we do not understand or accept, that sometimes I feel people are doing it without realising.

I never asked for… 256 more words


Together in a Field

for Darla

The gift you give me begins
as an embrace splashed with dandelion and
a translucent robin’s egg, the day-moon.
You run your fingers through my curls. 138 more words

Easter Weekend

It may be a little belated, considering Easter was two days ago, but I’m sure I can be forgiven. Mum and I spent the weekend in Milton Keynes with our family, quad-biking in the park, baking, cleaning sand out of Franky’s clothes and exploring the canal route. 263 more words

FTAC - Syria - On the Battle of the Middle Against Extremes

The most general thing that might be done with Syria has to do with the development of the Army of the Middle Temperament, which General Idris possibly represented. 271 more words

Conflict - Culture - Language - Psychology

Author Hannah Kent Discusses "Burial Rites: A Novel"

Authors Alive Series
April 16, 2014

Intense loneliness and isolation bore down on Hannah Kent during her first few months in Iceland.

The author of… 617 more words


Death By Black Hole (and Other Cosmic Quandries)

If you’ve ever blindly chosen a city and moved there, you know what it can be like to have no friends in a town. After watching enough TV in one weekend for the next five years, you start to get desperate for the social contact you like to pretend you had in your old place of residence. 301 more words