Tag Archives: childhood

201.The Nancy Boo! Miseries: Poor Little Nancy. (12 Nov. 17).

It’s been a while since I was in here, let alone posted anything. And I’m not in for long now, I just had an urge to post something. Let’s see if I remember how it goes…. This little piece came … Continue reading

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72.My favourite dancers dying. (‎12 ‎April ‎2015).

This was a fairly easy piece to write for the most part, in terms of the words and how they came initially. But it was an awkward, painful at times, piece to write and to read as it was being … Continue reading

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106. Smiling dancers. 20th Sept 2015.

106. Smiling dancers. (20th Sept 2015). Though the two pieces paired up here were written a month apart they always felt like they belonged together. It’s the bookending of the maternal life cycle and the journey from the joy of … Continue reading

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4.The Yellow Vinyl Sofa. (May ’13)

Firstly, as you can tell by the number 4, it’s one of the very early pieces I put down. And yes, it’s raw and uncompromising, but the early days of this written journey were thickly laced with the bluntly confessional. … Continue reading

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56. Are we there yet?

This was one of those things that was just such an enjoyable fun thing to be doing from start to finish. Such fun that I have no recollection how it started. I only remember the finishing of it and the … Continue reading

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