Philip Sidney

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Artists in the Classroom

He scowls at the back Carves his name in the desk Sneers in your face Spits on the floor Prowls from the room Read what he scrawled: Caravaggio. She...
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Dancing at The Dubliner

Take a walk with me down Reykjavik’s high street. The air is cold, but dry, so you can breathe easy. Watch your step, the crunchy snow has been worn...
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Blackwater

We scattered the dust of you at the edge of the world where water meets earth and sky, as though we were releasing your tight ball of spirit into the...
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Fear of Finding

Fear of finding the past is why boxes of papers sit waiting, until they are invisible, silent colourless ink seeps from the depths bleeds into dark...

Domestic Detail in the House of Dreams

Domestic detail in the House of Dreams Welcome to the house of dreams. Walk up the path and step onto the welcome mat. Sorry it’s a bit tatty, but as...

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If only we could go back,

Posted on Tue, 21 Apr 2015

If only we could go back, haunting writing.

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Names of flowers are so

Posted on Sun, 19 Apr 2015

Names of flowers are so beautiful, contrasts well with the horror that follows.  i've got a beautiful dead butterfly on my table, found it dead, horrible to have it because it is dead, but it is so beautiful, dilemma.

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Posted in Holly Blue

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Like the lifting of the

Posted on Thu, 16 Apr 2015

Like the lifting of the sunglasses especially, a touch of glamour.

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Posted in a red car coming

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This is really interesting,

Posted on Thu, 16 Apr 2015

This is really interesting, it has the feel of a romantic poem from the 19th century but with a modren setting.  

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Posted in Spring in Snow

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Romantic and dreamy, love the

Posted on Sun, 12 Apr 2015

Romantic and dreamy, love the 'flipside of night'.

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Posted in Forever frozen on the flipside of the night.

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Such an interesting

Posted on Sat, 11 Apr 2015

Such an interesting perspective, really compelling.

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Posted in My brother, the murderer.

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A lovely description of being

Posted on Tue, 07 Apr 2015

A lovely description of being carried away with music, most atmospheric.

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Posted in Dancing Alive

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I think you are missing a bit

Posted on Tue, 07 Apr 2015

I think you are missing a bit on the last sentence.  Some interesting ideas here, the comfort of ignorance and a tough of magic around the eruption. On to part 2!

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Posted in Huluppu Tree, Ch. 1

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The truth of mortality, some

Posted on Mon, 06 Apr 2015

The truth of mortality, some lovely images here.

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Posted in The River shows us truth

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This builds so well!

Posted on Sun, 05 Apr 2015

This builds so well!

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Posted in "I have seen the Lord!"

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