Poetry

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To the night I cry,
Cloak me in darkness
So I may move invisibly through the crowd.
Conceal my true feelings for I fear the seeds of despair may grow —
Ambivalence be my friend?
Tomorrow should never be,
All worlds end and the moon collides with the stars in the heavens.
My life seen from…

Poetry

Photo by the Author

Long lonely nights and a reverence for the sea,
they sought comfort in each other’s arms,
an understanding that could only come from a lust for life — grasped — from having an appreciation of nature and the comfort that can come from being in another’s arms, embedded within, for there, as…

Prose poem

Photo by the Author captured on Google maps

Sometimes when the nights are long and lonely, I switch on my computer to view the silent, empty streets, places captured on live webcams around the world.

Yes, it is one of the most melancholic things one can do, viewing a beach, or a street on the other side of…

Poetry

Photo by the Author

Dark vision in the park,
I saw you metamorphose
in the crystal light of the moonlight you bloomed.
White petals rained under the moonbeam rise.
Car lights flashes — to briefly illuminate silhouettes in the dark.
The ghostly hollow sound of the owl echoes through the trees,
You, standing, catching your breath. It feels like…

Amae

Interested in people, nature, science and technology, and history. MSc in Research Methods (Birkbeck), MA Industrial Design (UAL)

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