- Zoë Doran
Don’t know why
Sometimes You don’t know how warm it gets inside the cage between the ribs, frantic heatwaves. Not spreading around and not escaping out no shining, but just burning. The lust, the pain you don’t know to which root these branches belong to, can’t trace down, hanging in space İ don’t know what it means to … Continue reading Don’t know why
meditation snippets no.4 – Walking.
As you go about your day, going from place to place, from work to home to a friends to a bar to the shops around the shops down the road in the door up the stairs; and eventually back home; there are so many steps you don't even realise you've taken, along with everything you've … Continue reading meditation snippets no.4 – Walking.
I stood right on the shoreline. One day it’s going to hit me, this tidal wave. The pain will knock me off my feet, I will cry and scream and clutch. But when it finally hits me, that’s when I’ll be able to move on. I long for that wave to consume me so I … Continue reading Tidal Wave
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?