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I don't know what to write about ...

I love the idea that I don’t know what to write about. People will often come into my consulting room and say, ‘I don’t know what to talk about’, or ‘I don’t know why I am here, it feels so indulgent’, well so does writing a blog, but in fact neither are indulgent. 452 more words

Hungarian Vizslas

Poetry Unearthed By Legitimate, For Real, Authentic Poetic Research (Now With Facts!)

I despise April Fools Day.

A completely arbitrary mark on the calendar, used to justify telling outrageous lies and spreading often galling misinformation. And for what?  361 more words


John Keats: Roast Beef Sandwiches with Horseradish Dressing

Although many of John Keats’ most famous poems—Hyperion, Lamia, The Eve of St. Agnes—include descriptions of lavish meals and crave-worthy feasts, the man who penned them is better known for eating nothing at all. 691 more words


Pan Goatee Promotes Urban Beautification

Pan Goatee Promotes Urban Beautification

“A thing of ugliness is a blemish on the human race forever,” Pan Goatee paraphrased John Keats as he cut off the head of the ugly looking woman he encountered on the street. 338 more words

Vampire Novel

flamenco feeling

Touch has a memory. ― John Keats


Truth ~

‘Beauty is truth, truth beauty,’ – that is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.
John Keats