Below I have given you the opening 250 words of Chapter One of The Elephant and The Nun. As it is a draft I am even more open to suggestions and your opinion on anything within it, it would be fantastic to know what you think of it! The Elephant and The Nun Hal’s Beginning … Continue reading The Elephant and The Nun Ch1 – Draft
Lensbury Falls Clompers abuse carpets And every eye looks. Fine chairs, occupants like - Moneyed screens, ancient books. International men Make their children captain; Women know the crying And, smiling, are certain. Lensbury waterfalls Overthrum the grassed lawn. Teddington barges pass The people as they fawn.
Written in two sittings; truly, one walk to the bus with a hum and a sing, and one sit down at a good old coffee stop. A second eclectic song - some fun and some meaning. Eclectic Song No. 2: Set Gemstones In Their Place Why pave the roads in gold, And why set gemstones … Continue reading Eclectic Song No. 2: Set Gemstones In Their Place – Poem
Just posted a poem I've worked on for the week: Argument With Old Man. I'll expand upon it briefly here. SPOILERS There are two characters in this poem. The first is the man and the second is his old self. If … Continue reading Saturday Writing Update – 22/07/17
A post! At the last possible moment! At last a post! I've worked on this poem from Friday to Friday, and here it finally is. I hope you enjoy it, and that you see its meaning. Argument With Old Man Argue on a difference? To what end? That rifts open before her, My best friend? … Continue reading Argument With Old Man – Poem
Coming close to 22:00 and here is the final post of the week. Hope you enjoyed my Haikus as much as I did writing them. Good news! I have a competed draft of Chapter One for The Elephant & The Nun and I will be sharing the first ~250 words or so with you all … Continue reading Saturday Writing Update – 15/07/17
The final Haiku style poem that I wrote in Vancouver. Later I'll be posting my writing update, and have some good news to share! Daydream Before Bed Electric hum Tick of water Tired eyes and goodnight calls.