• Isolation


    This poem was inspired by the book The Island by Victoria Hislop.   I gazed upon your dusty streets, Your windowless walls filled with pain. The blossom still blows across the ground, Will there be life here once again?   I wandered slowly down your pathways, I breathed in the murky sadness. The wind whispers memoriesContinue… Read more

  • Looking At My Father

    Looking At My Father

    (Originally written in 2014) To look at my father is to look at a genius at work, he knows absolutely everything you ever need to know and will not hesitate to give you the answer you require, but be prepared for his answer because they are never the quick game show ones you might haveContinue… Read more

  • Perceptions Of Science

    Perceptions Of Science

    Edit* This was taken from an assignment I did at college in regards to controversies in science…. I was taking Applied Science and it was genuinely one of the best times of my life! We did physics, chemistry, biology and psychology, it was so much fun, way better than school, where we’re forced to learnContinue… Read more

  • Intimate Strangers

    His seductive caress on my naked thigh is enough to drive me wild, My breath catches in my chest, my head begins to swim. It’s impossible to focus on anything other than his lips on mine. I can feel his urgency as he presses against me, I let out a low moan, which penetrates theContinue… Read more

  • Ghosts: A Story

    Ghosts The world contains lots of ghosts, they are just memories left over from days that have long since gone, it usually takes a year for them to haunt their place of death and they sometimes visit their loved ones, it seems to depend upon the circumstances. We can’t interact with them yet and notContinue… Read more

  • Against The Clock

    It seems that these days everyone is always against some sort of clock. There’s so much rushing about and panicking, we don’t ever just stop and take it in, we miss so much that is going on around us, and our lives have become whirlwinds that disappear as quickly as they arrived. There are deadlinesContinue… Read more