I love the truth and exploring the many facets thereof with literature. Love George Orwell, Zadie Smith, Iain Banks, Irvine Welsh, Sylvia Plath, Angela Carter, Margaret Atwood, Akala, Kate Tempest, Eminem, Tupac, Malcolm X: they are among my favourite speakers/ poets. I am a 25 year old male, studying creative writing at Chichester University. I live with my partner, and I really love my life. I've found WOL to be a sociable cyber-place, so say hello. I love discussing stuff and things. Peace and love x
The Election A wounded Chihuahua, bug-eyed adorable, scrap-starved and shitty, Limped, Towards me, shaky-legged and sorry Looking for love, warmth, home, I thrust forward the brunt of my foot and punted the mutt under the chin, His twinkly little head snapped back with a sickening crack as I flanked him and rained punches down like torrential hale. His ribs yielded under my knuckles as he coughed blood up my trouser leg, I was not offended by this, in fact I laughed, The little haggard fuck tried to get up and fell to the floor in a pathetic flop, He wheezed and begged between spasmodic waves of rigid jerking, I thought of Donald Trump; I stamped him out of existence. A little butterfly landed with a flutter like nervous eyelids, In my hand, I was very still, you see, I closed my fingers ‘round her, and squeezed, Till I could feel her fizzing and bubbling, her broken symmetry disgraced by my aimless lust, When I opened my hand, Not a splinter of cocoon betrayed her debasement, Guilt purveyed and attempted to snatch me, I thought of Donald Trump, And my sins were no more, So, I laughed to myself, and she heard me alright. When the doctor, Finally asked me if I was truly sorry, His eyes urging remorse to make its way to mine, I thought about Donald Trump to stop myself from laughing.
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Cherry Popper (26/10/2017)
Sonnet 2 (18/10/2017)
Out on the Pull, Start to Finish (13/10/2017)
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Some Free Verse (27/09/2017)
Sonnet about Love (25/09/2017)
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