All month, week, day my anticipation grew By you, I knew I’d be enveloped again Soon as I entered the gates I could smell you Not everyone’s favorite perfume, maybe Yet for me Nostalgia and adventure brewed Up the stairs I could hear mumbling Was it you? Or just the chatter of patrons, patriots Lining … Continue reading Fandango
Trapped inside, controlled morally postponed. I wait. Not going out, The fear creating doubt, I resist, it grows. I wait. Letting go of it all trusting in the uncomfortable fall, to freedom. I wait. Open your mind, your heart and your soul, watch, exposed as life can now unfold. Now, able … Continue reading Casual Terror.
Angry. Upset. Confused. Stressed. Anxious. Fraudulent. I was spinning. So I went to hobby craft, picked up the biggest canvas I could find along with some paints. Drove home. Turned up the music. Listened to my soul. And started painting. I let go. I released. I was free. Love makes you enter some of the … Continue reading Beth Redwood Pain
In 1978, British music group The Buggles wrote and recorded a superhit called 'Video Killed the Radio Star'. It was the single that MTV, with no small amount of smug irony, chose to launch its new channel in 1981. It's a song we all know and can sing along to, even today. Its lyrics mourn … Continue reading Recommended by a friend Podcast series
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Zoe illustrates the reality of every day life, whether it's your perception thats shadowing the true beauty of life, or simply a summer with little to no rain bathing in the droplets from balconies above, it's something for everyone to relate to. Zoe Doran https://www.instagram.com/zoedrawn/
Beautiful intricate illustrations by Eilis Scally. - Eilis Scally
From April to October I would find myself away from the stressors of the modern world, immersed in a place of which nothing else outside it existed. In the heart of Germany a little country of its own has been formed, where the English language is preferred, fires keep you warm at night and technology … Continue reading The Language Farm