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Running Hurdles

Six years of attending my son’s track meets made me thankful that he’d chosen to keep his feet on the ground, for sprints and relays, rather than running hurdles. 636 more words

Writing Helps


Infant in spring
We greet the Gerber baby sun
Suckle at Mother Nature’s tit,
Grow with the daylight hours

Adolescent in summer,
Fig leaves sprout between our legs, 41 more words


OGU(for Ugoeze)

if i held out my soul to light the path
would you still this mission depart?

would you?

if i held up my heart to the sun’s glare… 36 more words


An Interview With Emily Elver

Emily Elver is a 23 year old poet from Edinburgh and is also a member of Edinburgh based book group, Auld Reekie Readers. Her loud and wry style makes her a prominent feature in both the Glasgow and Edinburgh scene, and she is currently co-host of the Portobello spoken word event, Portobello Poetry Circus. 1,011 more words

Adam Logan

If Only

It could be so much more-
It could be exquisitely divine,
If only you would let it,
If only once- let’s soar and shine-


An Interview With Max Scratchman

Max Scratchman is a freelance illustrator whose editorial works have been included in publications in Britain, the US and Japan such as The Guardian, The Big Issue and City Life. 799 more words

Adam Logan

Amble On

“The Rolling English Road” (1913), G.K. Chesterton

Before the Roman came to Rye or out to Severn strode,
The rolling English drunkard made the rolling English road. 263 more words