"A hairbrush is not a gun" What an obvious statement...it doesn't make sense. None of it makes any sense. We live in a world so different, yet all too the same as 1955. Emmett Till never had a voice, so others spoke for him. Injustice and racism is so alive in the world today and… Continue reading The Hate U Give (THUG) – mini review
I thought I'd seen it all. photographs of men and models alike, staring at me with bright eyes and perfect smiles from heights i'll never reach and every day I see what perfection has always been taught to be but that was before yours. on the first day we met, you sat across from me in a… Continue reading smile-yours
- we kissed like the only remaining air was past the barrier of our lips. we sighed into each others soul and felt a pain so sweet it was almost a pleasure to keep breathing...to keep living.
It's been two years since I last posted on here. Now, with a fresh domain name and new ideas, I think it's time I carry on with this little journey and take it a bit more seriously. So hello to those who I spoke with years ago, and to those I hope to speak with… Continue reading New Beginnings
Date Finished: 27th April 2015 Star Rating: ★★★★ "And then I thought: bring it on. There's no place like anywhere but here." I'll begin by saying that I had extremely high hopes for this book. A crumbling, vulnerable land of Oz, ruled by none other than our dear Dorothy? Naturally, I was pretty excited. We… Continue reading Book Review – Dorothy Must Die
Earlier this week (monday to be exact) I had a mini outing with my 'family'. I've put apostrophes just to make it clear it is not blood relation, but bond. ANYWAY, Monday was a bank holiday here in England, so me and my 'brother' (catching on?) thought we'd take a trip down to Shoreditch. For… Continue reading A bit of graffiti.
purge me from this beautiful, vulnerable, world. please