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Control? What can it do?

Personally, I find “The River God” by Stevie Smith and “Les Grands Seigneurs” by Dorothy Molloy fascinating poems as they contemplate the theme of control and how it can manifest into something possessive and evil. 982 more words

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The New Age

Shall I tell you the signs of a New Age coming?
It is a sound of drubbing and sobbing
Of people crying, We are old, we are old… 175 more words



The most joyous feeling is to be surrounded by people who treasures you.

It cannot be defeated nor cannot be replaced.

 I like to get off with people, 48 more words


Check out extended highlights from one of the tightest-ever battles for the UCI World Cup.

With the 2014 UCI World Cup season only weeks away, it still feels like yesterday that the champagne corks were flying to mark the end of last season’s campaign. 429 more words


Women writers who changed my life, part II: teens to twenties

These are the women writers who I discovered in the tricky years between my mid-teens and early twenties – tricky because that’s when you begin to figure out for real what kind of woman you are going to be, and also because, if you aspire to be a writer, you are simultaneously trying to work that one out too. 1,279 more words


UCI DH World Cup

Last night I watched the 1st round of the UCI DH World cup in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. Its an interesting track, as there is a long flat section half way down the hill, so it is really suited to the “pedalers” on the DH circuit. 282 more words

March poem

Just in time before the end of this month, a poem for March. I like this poem by the poet Stevie Smith very much.

Black March… 165 more words