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Bob Ellis, Memories and Memoirs: Maralinga.

Writing my previous post about the pernicious publishing practices which have emerged in Australia in this post-Amazon age, I found myself reflecting on that Australian literary and political figure Bob Ellis. 1,283 more words


Letter to unknown love, #1

My Love,

It has been a few years since I let you be the owner of my heart. Each day seems longer than the day before as words from my letters and messages might have not been read, or that you have forgotten to reply the last seven seasons. 164 more words


Tea, Mom, and Me

When I was a child the tea my mother served was Lipton tea, prepared with a tea bag. The Arthur Godfrey show was sponsored by the Lipton Tea company and I remember Arthur telling everyone how delicious it was and how one tea bag would make 3 cups of tea. 401 more words


The Grandmother of Just Girls

I never really met my grandparents from either my mom’s side or my dad’s. I lie. I met my dad’s dad. Twice. Once in Kingsley Street in Salt River when I was about eight years old. 1,058 more words


I find myself missing him. I walk around , hoping i bump into him. I long for him so much.

All I can think of is being in his arms again, feeling his warmth.

“Im sorry”



A multitude of life experiences have helped me grow into the man I am today. The world is my country. The bodies of water spread all over its surface are my true home – the one place where I feel complete in body and soul, not at odds with anything, serene, elegant, and handsome.



There arrives moments where no formula can be found to recreate such an unsuspected reality. The attempt to return to exceptional instances are trialed through consuming of attire, design, location, fancy feasts, relationships, or attempting to produce unmet realizations. 608 more words