A shocking death turns a homecoming into a nightmare.
Hello! Earlier this year I had one of my poems (Silver Lining) published in an anthology titled Please Hear What I'm not Saying. The writing is centred around mental health disorders, and a varied group of writers poems were chosen for the anthology by its editor Isabelle Kenyon. The money made from book sales goes … Continue reading Please Hear What I’m not Saying edited by Isabelle Kenyon, raising money for charitable causes.
Restless Tourists baggage check – airport security and the queue is long people are restless but the kiddie in his father’s arms kept us smiling with his toothless smile. Katie Lewington (C)
One thing I absolutely love about depression (and I am being sarcastic here) is not being able to string together a sentence, like you feel finding a couple of words would be an achievement, let alone then having to put them into a sentence. Obviously as a writer this creates a bit of a problem. … Continue reading What do you love about your depression?
Locker i have been thinking about home a locker room, really for our belongings an address for which to use for identification walls to get comfortable between but i have begun to construct homes from anonymous rooms – nests i fill with books i purchased second hand … Continue reading Here comes the Sun. Poem: Locker.