Got on my fourth-ranked bus seat, and wondered what that meant. Why do I feel a need to prioritise these things? Possibly comfort of routine. Anyway here's some flash fiction. Not that you aren't to be trusted, but we can't go giving things away. No, you'll have to earn like everyone else - that's Capitalism, … Continue reading Identity – Flash Fiction
Singing (singing? can I call it that?) some rough lines of S&G's The Boxer up to Waterloo, I keep last night's thought behind it. Like many, I find fictional characters relatable. Can sound a bit weird - like all your buddies are talking lions and imaginary detectives - but it's not so strange. Trains on … Continue reading Monday Dreamin’
Made it onto a train at Waterloo this time, that's nice. A German couple got to some closing doors ahead of me, and, instead of shoving a bag or hand in the gap like any sensible Londoner would, they stood till they closed. The wife efficiently moved on, but the husband stared as the open … Continue reading Deutches, Ja?
I spent some time this morning staring in forgiving acceptance at the train board at Waterloo. My usual trains for college were all cancelled. Handy thing's, phones. You can quite swiftly redirect yourself to a new route. And it is on this route - to the the Jubilee line for Westminster, then on to the … Continue reading Blog + Eclectic Song 3 – Poem
Changing scenes we see a new character, Chief, who's band of followers is bound to him through all things. I'll be adding a page to the blog (as with Mye: The World Elsewhere) that will be dedicated to Toad's collected verses as I write and edit the story. Common towns raise common men born … Continue reading Toad no.3 – Poetic Story
Continuing the story entitled Toad Beyond roughly sized rough ocean waters, Constance beholds a cultural country. Before her gaze sets out a vesseled hearse, Black bow plowing beneath white sail flies free. Sand receiving the prow and foreign feet, Messengers step with haste upward to speak. Constance deigns to hear them till near complete, But … Continue reading Toad – pt.2 – Poetic Story
Having recently stayed in Canada for six weeks I took a few things that I noted while I was away there (drawing on a little extra as well) and wrote this short story. Please let me know what you think of it. Good or bad, all feedback is welcome. Many thanks in advance! Now, I … Continue reading Eines Deustchen Kanada – Short Story