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Ship

This ship is sinking,
rolling over,
bubbling beneath
the washing-machine waves,
sucking the last breath
from my lips
like a siren
luring me to the depths of death. 72 more words

Poetry

The Hungry Hostelite

So I’m not really sure yet what I want to post up here, but I know I want it to be different than my other blog. 194 more words

Christmas

Remember to Forget!

The story I wanted to share is one that I have thought about sharing, many times over. I may have offered a glimpse, here and there to a few people, but never the whole picture. 878 more words

Life

Hello December

December is here and I take this opportunity to wish you all Happy New month and Festive season. I know this month is abit hectice for most people. 85 more words

Freshly-pressed

Culture Spot: "Teller on Mapplethorpe"

A new exhibition at Fitzrovia’s Alison Jacques Gallery celebrates the work of the photographer Robert Mapplethorpe in what would have been his 70th year. Curated by acclaimed fashion photographer Juergen Teller, the exhibition features 48 of Mapplethorpe’s images selected by the German-born, UK-based photographer in collaboration with the Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation in New York.¬† 590 more words

Freshly Pressed

Maximum Contrast


Photos taken over two decades ago like the one above find popularity in their grasp of thematics such as mother/son bonding. My autistic son is in a blue outfit that I simply adored. 208 more words

Photography

Mortal

It’s climbing a mountain
covered in ten feet of snow.
My muscles burn
through the frigidity,
through my clothes,
but I keep going
despite the fire building… 94 more words

Poetry