Liberty

Nothingness plagues the streets And decays the Body. Delicate pressure deteriorates the  Delicate surface on which we are grounded. * Existence reeks of instability. Rain packs the cracks, unfilled by The Protector, as it tumbles  Relentlessly from black skies.  * A desperate reaching for more Drives a wedge between parts of  The Body, who can't… Continue reading Liberty

Metamorphosis

The Spring sun stretches bright Yellow rays upon the morning. Droplets of dew reflecting the light, Earth and species warming. . Among the shrubs and the leaves, Producers play their part in the cycle. They work and they thrive which achieves Life, sustenance and fresh recycle. . The small, round, hungry creature Plays it's part.… Continue reading Metamorphosis

The Dish

A poem written in a moment of passion, an extended metaphor about globalisation and global culture.  . Taste spills over the edges of the dish, Abundant in volume as well as flavour. Ingredients cultivated independently, Yet harmonise perfectly. . Rising in clouds, angelic scents tease the tastebuds which pucker in anticipation. The mouth ready to… Continue reading The Dish

How Social Media has Liberated the Short Story 

Through an encapsulating collection of female narrative voices, Jackie Kay's Reality, Reality dips into the unique lives of an array of characters in a manner that concerns the serious plights of discordant women whilst maintaining a light-hearted warmth. This collection of short stories is one example of a genre that rarely finds itself upon bookstore… Continue reading How Social Media has Liberated the Short Story