Tag Archives: Art

Carry On Follow That Camel

Oh hello, nice to see you here staring at my words on a screen. You evidently need to read a miserable post about how my health is messing with my life. What’s that? You were hoping this would be one … Continue reading

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Lundun

I am made of London right now. Yes, this instant. And this one. And for two days worth of instants to come. All made of London like a proper human and everything. Apart from being mad, of course, but you … Continue reading

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Ulysses Deriding Polyphemus

I dreamt I was dreaming and couldn’t wake up. Then I woke up. The unconscious is a dick. It feels as though I put on the wrong legs this morning, uncooperative legs with somebody else’s fatigue in them. After all, … Continue reading

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Twit Twit Twit Twit Twit Twit Twit

The sound of a hundred or so people chattering in twos and threes or larger groups is the sound of hedge sparrows with hobnail boots on. But at least there are still places where people congregate to talk to one … Continue reading

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World Mental Health Day

Isn’t it amazing that just a single day a year solves the entire world’s mental health problems? Sorry, I’m being facetious. I do believe in raising awareness and I do believe we need to remove the stigma of mental health … Continue reading

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I Am Not A Beautiful And Unique Snowflake

A week ago I was arriving in London for my mini adventures in friendship and photography. Physically I’m still recovering from the exertion, emotionally I’m still trying to make sense of the complexity of reactions my time in the capital … Continue reading

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Adventures In Bedland

The taste of Sunday is a sugar-rush carb-fest orgy rolling about and panting on the tongue. My taste buds feel degraded yet perversely contented; my urgent need for caffeine is being drip-fed into my face to wash away any regret. … Continue reading

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And So Peaceful Until

Quiety quiety not much ado about nothing or naught. That’s been most of my weekend. I’m connected to the world I want to be connected to, am content in my semi-withdrawal (papal approved) and the only sadness comes from the … Continue reading

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Uncanny, Spooky, Weird…

A sun is happening. A shiny sky sun that kicks the ozone layer’s butt and breaks through to do shiny sky sun stuff to humans of this part of England. The sun doesn’t wear a hat (please don’t take song … Continue reading

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True Magritte

An English weekend. The right amount of doing nothing, the right amount of seeing people, some family time, some music, tiffin with the Queen, storming the White Palace and demanding a socialist revolt. Well, most of that happened. I’ve now … Continue reading

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