Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash ‘My writing is rubbish compared with everybody else’s’ ‘Well, don’t compare your writing with everyone else’s then,’
Six Months i draw the blind over the kitchen window notice the handle it is September the second lease for this flat – six months - paid up front ends in January the final days of summer will i open that window will it be too warm ever August 2017 where, what who will i … Continue reading Here comes the Sun: Six Months.
I Capture an Image with My Pen in Brugge a group of three students perform in front of a parade of restaurants and as it comes to the music draws in and the crowds once swollen disperse as a hat is passed around for loose Euros – in way of payment for the performance – … Continue reading Here comes the Sun: I Capture an Image with My Pen.
“This Is Not A Spectacle is a poignant and meditative commentary on the human existence. By way of captivating imagery and musicality, Kenyon’s words can be felt equally in the mind and in the heart.” - Ashley Jean Granillo, author of LOVE FROM THE BARRICADE The extended version of This is not a Spectacle explores … Continue reading Books on Sale!
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?