write, yes on paper! i haven’t a stable means – pen, pencil, my own blood i am technology weary i have shut down my device i am a purse snapped shut i want to look look, count what few pennies ... around me, look! books you have read many books what of the physical copies … Continue reading And I Feel Compelled To Write
can be a snowy winter setting duvet without a cover origami swan on the iced over lake flight - aeroplane for a fish and chip supper wrapping your plates with when you move printed work – smudged ink newspaper for writing notes a rag or duster sleeve note receipt - treasurer of chewed gum flyer … Continue reading The Blank Page
i am dangling my legs above the brook my hand palm down in the grass i watch my reflection move - observe me lightly then i see the pale pink wrapped like sausage skins around my toes are these plasters waterproof before i dip, swimming them must i remove them? i find i have stuck … Continue reading These Wounds.
Chasing the Dawn by Jenny T. Colgan ‘I need…’ Yaz frowned. She’d thought several times about what would be a good way to approach this, and hadn’t come up with anything so far. ‘It’s…well. It’s my time of the month, and …’Chasing the Dawn Jenny T. Colgan Chasing the Dawn starts with Yaz and her … Continue reading Doctor Who Star Tales Chasing the Dawn by Jenny T. Colgan, That’s All Right Mama by Paul Magrs and Einstein and the Doctor by Jo Cotterill.
i think it is fucked up that there were generations of children not encouraged to speak their minds that if you asked them to write a poem they would reply how, what about and i say how you feel and they would wrinkle their nose and say in disgust how i feel like they packed … Continue reading Generational