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2016 April PAD Challenge Day 29: 'Dead End' #aprpad

Day 30’s prompt: Write a ‘dead end’ poem.

And so we reach the end of this year’s April PAD Challenge. This poem might seem like a bit of a bleak note to go out on, but there is a glimmer of hope towards the end ;-) Hope you’ve enjoyed reading my poems this month! 155 more words


Man on the Moon (1/2)

When I think of you, I remember the moon the most

I had always been curious about the Man on the Moon, if he ever needed anyone to talk to… 139 more words


Already Illuminated

I walk in the mountains at night but the darkness evades me.
I notice the light of the moon,
But the stone in my gut is already illuminated. 11 more words



The Zodiac series has to be my new favorite book series. The books are written by Romina Russell. I have read and reviewed the first two, and I am impatiently waiting for the third book which will be published later in the year in December. 56 more words


In the Calm of the Afternoon

“That is part of the beauty of all literature.  You discover that your longings are universal longings, that you’re not lonely and isolated from anyone.  You belong.” 92 more words

Anthony Satori

Dick Coughlan on the Telegraph's Five Fails Attacking Jeremy Corbyn

In this piece from Dick Coughlan, he critiques and refutes the Torygraph’s attempts to smear Corbyn has another self-interested politico profiting from tax-payers’ money. The… 324 more words


Book Review: As You Wish, by Isobel Starling


1 wedding, 2 best men, one hell of a love story!

Declan Ramsay’s brother Oliver was marrying Annabelle Aiken at a fairy tale Castle on the banks of Loch Ness in Scotland. 1,456 more words