Monthly Archives: June 2014

Cargo vessels filled with adjectives

William sat on a tide of dried punctuation marks. The sea was an encore and the cliffs served as a resting place for his shoulders as he made love to a shipping container. On the ocean, cargo vessels filled with … Continue reading

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Dandelion (Taraxacum)

– Benjamin F Jones This is a photo taken on the morning school run. It marks a new direction for my blog in which I will post some photography, and maybe even some watercolour sketches from time to time.

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Rooks clatter in the trees

I’m filled with light as my thyroid reboots. Spring inside a cyclone of green that reaches into my blood. Clouds roll back hard as constipation and cats are puddles on windowsills. I’m out walking for the first time in months … Continue reading

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Waiting for the coffee to cool

Coffee is a delightful diversion for the mountains weary of million year battles. Reflected the vastness of the universe, the mobile library of the clouds in the musky colouration of a pulverised bean. The slender streams from the mug form … Continue reading

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I leave silences for answers

6am and the rain pours off the burger van roof. The owner flips bacon and squizzles it with the spatula until it squeals. He calls me Gabe but that is not my name. He talks about the weather and asks … Continue reading

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