Tagged: age

short story about different perspective 0

My Marvin

Short Story “It’s the youth of today, no respect. We used to respect our elders y’know, we looked after them. If you saw an old lady crossing the road or an old gent struggling...

Rabbit Morning, poem about nightmares 0

Aged

Poem Sometimes my dreams are so real That when I’ve woken I am still terrified. The cold linoleum rises to meet the pads of my feet. The breeze breathes on my bare back. It...

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Stay Young

Poem Who was I when I was you? Hiding your hands in your sleeves Tucking your head in your hoodie Shielding your mouth bashfully Giggling and eating a chocolate chip cookie Long hair, long...

Abstract Poems 0

At The Rally

Abstract Poems   Grab your coat tails! An encroachment on slippery slopes Because your megaphone gives you Ephemeral rights over the air It pierces using your voice Would it give a permanent View to...

Stream of Consciousness Story, Indoors Photography 0

Walking Beside Her

Stream of Consciousness Story   The smell assaulted her senses like a river of floating, twirling turds. “What? Where is that stink coming from?” the woman in the leather sandals asked. For half a...

In The Bus 0

Catching Up

I feel the ache in my hip while running for the bus. At this time of the day it’s full of pensioners. As I sprint with hopeful but ever fading youth, I am quite...

Bridesmaid 0

A Lament for Margot

There was not one second, not one tiny sliver of a moment when I didn’t think you were beautiful. You, among the trims of taffeta, the trails of incandescent pearls. You, standing in the...