Dear Reader, It’s Thursday March 26th, 2020 and on Monday the UK issued ‘lock down’ for 3 weeks, which could be longer, no one really knows, because of a new strain of virus called Covid-19. This has been the most significant global emergency since the world war. Many people have been panic … Continue reading My letter in the new book ‘for you’
Dear, They whisper of socialism in the streets, Yes I repeat, The time is coming... The time is near, They whisper of good will, good cheer, You wouldn't believe the things we see and things we've seen. We didn't have to pack our kids off to the fields, the men didnt have to go off … Continue reading You wouldn’t believe
Orange jumper at the door you knock should I ignore? Orange jumper from the sports shop, I know your body by now and your contact, Orange jumper your eyes look at me, and kill me whilst I try to sleep. Orange jumper are you there? I tried to contact to clear the air, Orange jumper … Continue reading Orange jumper
It's a typical rainy cold Monday in November. The roads are manic and the streets are full of students, mothers with prams and rain covers, shopping bags attached to prams bashing and bumping about. The homeless man on the corner of Newland sat with bin bags protecting him from the rain. The bus was really … Continue reading I was anxious-Part 13- I don’t hate Mondays
I should probably go out But I don’t feel there’s anywhere to go That I belong And I did this once or twice before Then I had people knocking at the door All I’d give is to be alone But at the same time to be at the other end of your phone Just so … Continue reading Rubber ball
I take a look at myself now, As I sit in the bath, Drinking some cheap shitty wine from Aldi, Didn't want to waste a dime on lonely average alcohol binging nights, they don't happen often, Beautiful South sits along with me, Singing heartfelt songs about relationships and reality, Not long ago you spent the … Continue reading 7 weeks, every Monday, you counted it along with me.