Slowly raising our gaze Heart lowers sharp As we meet A reflection we forgot we knew Dark, off black Bluish lipped Beady red eyes Ill equipped To face its own dark realities Uncertainly We move forward Don’t worry Worried? Worry faster lock the ports ? the borders ? Certainly your door though Inwardly seeking For … Continue reading H O’Neill
Too much pressure Too much time Too much uncertainty Too much to climb . Too many emotions Not enough space A clogged up brain With only time to waste . Deeply stored frustrations New triggers to entice Past projections fog Is it so hard to just be nice? . With so much confusion Leaving it … Continue reading Lock-down.
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Welcoming The Apocalypse
I've been hearing people half-jokingly use the word "apocalypse" to describe the Covid-19 situation, I always thought it was over the top. Although it's said in a light-hearted way most of the time, it still felt a bit much. No need to over exaggerate what's already pretty scary, right? But then I looked up the … Continue reading Welcoming The Apocalypse
Covid-19 It seemed so far away almost untrue, Will it get nearer, when will it affect you? Infectious by nature, infectious by name, Human population all thinking the same. A shift in energy for better or for worse? Media have portrayed it as if it’s a curse. With a fever and cough just like a … Continue reading Pandemic Poetry
The Berlin Compost – Nature Dose
Since the lock-downs began, The Berlin Compost, who's tagline is 'we often forget we are nature', has been sharing something nature related each and every day to help inspire and keep many readers sane whilst they stay isolated. The creator, Laura Karimloo is forever researching and exploring in nature, knowing first hand just how powerful … Continue reading The Berlin Compost – Nature Dose
Take Responsibility Of Your Future
Excited for the future; whilst ignorant to the truth, the planet simply won't function; your unborn baby unable to let loose. . Be aware of what you're buying, only get what you truly need. Obsessive makeup and disposable fashion, such a wasteful ego boosting greed. . Put down that unnecessary t-shirt, so similar to others … Continue reading Take Responsibility Of Your Future
Polaris and the Traveler
Polaris Oh my dear Polaris How I seek you In the noise of the lurid lights You elude me Seldom the dawn's devious whisper Gifts me your glow You play hide and seek In the dark cotton fields The sailors wait impatiently As the tidal winds blow The meteors race around In their yearly absurd … Continue reading Polaris and the Traveler
The Choices in Our Modern Day Tragedy
The interesting thing about the societally-created need to "make money" in exchange for shelter, food, warmth etc. is that most of us never really get a chance to stop and rest and question what any of it is for. In some ways this is the tragedy of modern civilisation. But other times I can't help … Continue reading The Choices in Our Modern Day Tragedy
Let's Help! In August 2018, in Berlin at Maybachufer canal in Kreuzberg, I saw a homeless man try to commit suicide. With no sense of hesitation and only one destination, the man jumped into the canal fully clothed, and began to push himself further and further under the surface of the murky, brown water. After … Continue reading What?