Faithful- Alice Hoffmann

The second book of the year that I have read is none other than Faithful by Alice Hoffmann. This is the first book by Hoffmann I have read, though I have a feeling it won't be the last. Though this book was marketed towards adult fiction, I would argue that it sits more with young... Continue Reading →

The Colour of Love

She sees everyone, In all different shades of grey, But when she saw you, She could not believe her eyes, You was all different colours. Your smile shined deep red, Your hair was a mousy brown, Your cheeks blushed with pink, And your eyes a green sea blue. The colours bounced off of you. And... Continue Reading →

Small Adventures II

As I mentioned my wonderful family came up for the weekend to see me as I was unable to get home due to work loads extinguishing normal capacities. We had a wonderful few days going around the area and having a tour of Liverpool. Though not a conventional tour. You won't find this tour any... Continue Reading →

Photographs Hold Secrets

Photos hold stories, They hold moments forever, They tell my story, Better than I ever could, Whispering a thousand words. If you look closely, Photographs hold my secrets, Look you'll see it's true, They hold all of the secrets, I wouldn't have said to you. Photos can not change, Though the people in them can,... Continue Reading →

Looking For Stars

When looking for stars, I don't have to go that far, I look in your eyes. I can be lost for hours Exploring all of your soul.

Haiku Prompt: Art and Compass

Another week has passed and so it is time again for another haiku prompt. Although this week I have written a tanka. It’s so interesting to see people’s take on the challenge words- which this week are Art and Compass. If you would like to have a go at the weekly haiku challenge, you can... Continue Reading →

Whispers Of Winds

Winter started not with a howling cold blast of wind, but with a whisper so soft that I missed it. The chill swept over the country blanketing the paths, as mothers tucked their children in to keep them warm. People wrapped up warmer and traded their summer t-shirts and shorts for warm woollen jumpers and... Continue Reading →

Scared Of The Blank Page?

I will admit. I'm scared of a few things, to name a few: spiders, feeling lonely, time going too fast and blank pages. I'm scared of blank pages. There's so many beautifully endless possibilities that can come with a blank page, it is almost overwhelming. You can sit down and draw or write or you... Continue Reading →

Seven Nation Strings

Okay so I understand that at this point, if you are someone who follows along my posts, you may well be thinking- 'She claims to be a music student, but I haven't seen anything musical yet'. I'm working on it. (I am actually just nervous to share things I have done as that is not... Continue Reading →

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