I hope some day that these natural disasters will wake us up to the importance of our environment - both nature and our neighbours - not only in forcing us to think about the climate but also about what matters in life.
I want to sit with you And share brandy As we laugh about Our memories And feel the warmth Of log-fire bodies In proximity And friendship But we will never meet And the elastic Frustrated glorious Can't be Is perhaps what makes we But it kills me For I am swollen with loving Only possibly
My previous post generated some comments between myself and Susan - which after some editing became this! So. If you fancy it, I offer a challenge. From your own blog (or another), can you pick a comment chain and - with minimal editing - turn it into a poem? If so, link to the poem... Continue Reading →
I don't know where the hell my head is at, but I can't seem to stay on a single track. There is rant, love, sadness and confusion in equal measure. I fear, therefore, that this will be a vomiting of words rather than a structured effort (yes, I do think my usual posts are structured... Continue Reading →
I don't do this very often but I'm going to write something serious. Don't worry, I've dotted scatological humour throughout 🙂 I've written rantingly about this before, but CBabe has raised the subject again and it put me in mind of some thoughts I had before, but which were all sincere and not funny! Should... Continue Reading →