Category Archives: Writing

[poem] Hatboxes On The Underground


Hatboxes On The Underground I’m carrying hatboxes on the underground Surrounded by women in summer frocks Wondering what’s in them: Floral delights or structured wonders? Who for and why two? Who are the lucky women going to don These hats … Continue reading

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[poem] Dancing


I dreamt last night that I was dancing, Not in a club but on a stage. And maybe I was good or maybe I was bad, But I was dancing on a stage With a bright light that lit the … Continue reading

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[poem] Moon, Stars, Sea, Sand, Blue.


Moon, Stars, Sea, Sand, Blue It is under the moon and stars It is in the deep blue Where this pearl reveals itself: You have found your heart, You have found your soulmate And everyone can see the specialness. At … Continue reading

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[poem] Boy On The Train


The boy with the world on his shoulders, Bore-holes for eyes Tired cotton trousers grip strong legs Feet that have been through hell, Lifted to let a bent mother pass With her pram, bumping into the central pole behind her, … Continue reading

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[poem] Artist’s Model


Today I have been fleetingly immortalised; Unlike so many plaster molds. I’m there, breathing from the canvas Or staring into a charcoal space on paper: Just a collection of boxes and shadow-shapes. But it’s me, trapped , trying to say … Continue reading

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[poem] My Body: A Celebration (for ZK-G-K


This is my body, this is it here, Every sag, every wrinkle Every unbordered pile of fur, Belly, sitting comfortably on my lap, A chin that rests on my neck, Hairs that sprout from places which should be untrammeled: This … Continue reading

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Sunscreen Challenge


On this day in 1997, the words that were immortalised by Baz Luhrmann in On “Everybody’s Free (To Wear Sunscreen)” are 14 years old. The original article appeared  Chicago Tribune entitles, ‘”Advice, like youth, probably just wasted on the young”. … Continue reading

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[poem] Discarded


I ran in the drench past A discarded umbrella Alone, bent back, With twisted spine And crooked spokes. This was no help to someone Who needed more shelter Than this could provide. This was no help to someone Who needed … Continue reading

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The Unbroken Line. Some writings


Hello ladies and Gentlemen, apa khabar? I hope that you are all well. May name is Dolah and I am an accountant to the stars. Ahahaha. No, seriously, I am. I work in a medium sized firm in Holborn who … Continue reading

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The Unbroken Line. Wira – The Warrior


Skylarking Poems & Notes The Warrior: I have been living with the Warrior for a few weeks now, being with me everywhere I go, seeing London through his eyes, watching Life though his eyes. I thought I’d better write down … Continue reading

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