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Cherry

The ends of my world

I can’t feel the presence of a god here so keenly now that I can touch the ends of my world , run a finger across a drumlin of hallowed herringbone...
Cherry

Stripling

I’ve never met you. But I want you to love me. You were me before I had formed my open church door of mouth my stripling heartstring. I had forgotten...
Cherry

vicarious trauma

i used to be able to repair myself sprout phantom limbs better versions now, i flick rocks at the faultlines and the whole thing caves it starts in...
Cherry

I'm Not Disappointed, I'm Just Angry Chapter 9

Ofsted The one guaranteed way to lose a room in teaching is start by saying, ‘Ofsted will look for...’ A third of the room will panic, this third...

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123 of my comments have received 122 Great Feedback votes

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‘Camouflaged better here than

Posted on Sun, 11 Nov 2018

‘Camouflaged better here than in the desert’ Jesus that just encapsulates it. We deify the unknown (as we should) but disregard the known.

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Posted in Listen

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Just gorgeous. I am denied

Posted on Thu, 08 Nov 2018

Just gorgeous. I am denied this pleasure as my little sods always wake up!

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Posted in not ready to fly yet

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This wonderfully panoramic

Posted on Tue, 18 Sep 2018

This wonderfully panoramic piece is our pick of the day. Well done!

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Posted in Manhatten

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Beautiful, powerful and

Posted on Tue, 18 Sep 2018

Beautiful, powerful and replete with loss.

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Posted in Manhatten

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Fantastic writing and a

Posted on Sat, 15 Sep 2018

Fantastic writing and a pertinent message. Wish you all well!

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Posted in Not One Punch

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Poor Wendy. #metoo

Posted on Thu, 19 Jul 2018

Poor Wendy. #metoo

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Posted in I'm Not Disappointed, I'm Just Angry Chapter 4

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I'm gonna get my mum in to

Posted on Mon, 16 Jul 2018

I'm gonna get my mum in to say you're incompetent until you give me an A.

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Posted in I'm Not Disappointed, I'm Just Angry Chapter 1

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It's all gone a bit quiet on

Posted on Sun, 15 Jul 2018

It's all gone a bit quiet on that front recently which makes me wonder what other magnificent fuckery thaty've got up their sleeves. But at least Brexit's been a success so we'll be in safe hands.

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Posted in I'm Not Disappointed, I'm Just Angry (Introduction)

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Sorry! Maybe I’ll do a post

Posted on Wed, 11 Jul 2018

Sorry! Maybe I’ll do a post in Irish and no bugger will be able to translate it! Did you see that some poor English blokes were duped into thinking ‘Tiocfiadh ar la’ means ‘It’s coming home’? It’s an old Irish rebel saying meaning ‘Our day will...

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Posted in The meeting - good friends

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Such depth. Lovely.

Posted on Thu, 05 Jul 2018

Such depth. Lovely.

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Posted in Rivulets

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