On this day last year the UK voted to Leave the European Union. I do believe this was for the better, and how the EU has dealt with us so far seems to suggest our choice as a nation was correct and the best thing for us. We still have time to see if this … Continue reading Independence day: #Brexit2016Vote
The flesh losing its ability to hold, Tears and falls into disgusting folds, The pain felt by such a disease: Untold. Leprosy comes and rips at the soul. Evil; Corrupting and taking the skin, Burying deeper and eating the liquid within. Drying: with anguish the crying eyes, Breaking down the inside's ties. While in agony … Continue reading #82 – The leprosy
Within this book you will find an attempt to explain the Conservative and Liberal mindset through evolutionary psychology. The amount of sources and science would be intimidating if it wasn't such an easy to read book, which for myself represents the ability of the anonymous author to express difficult ideas in distilled words. The core … Continue reading The evolutionary psychology behind politics: How Conservatism and Liberalism evolved within humans by Anonymous Conservative, book review
Love is a gift that is said to be gave, To demand of us all which we crave, Fiery passion is love's way, Making us live and value this day. Impatience is another of its traits, The heart always feels it cannot wait, For the love, which will intoxicate, All that comes, And what will … Continue reading #81 – Crave
Chapter one - Imprisoned: With a bang his eyes were forced open. There was a dim light from behind him and he blinked and blinked and blinked, still in the waking seconds where you have no idea where or who you even are. As he continued to stare into the dimly lit room he remembered … Continue reading The prisoner, or the vices of choice.
What is it that reality offers, When people beg towards the sky? Will it offer to me, Something which I can see, Without opening an eye? What will come your way and what you want, Isn't always viewable from your front. Reality can be rather blunt, What most need is: A sharp love to help … Continue reading #80 – The realistic offer
We have been looking for something for awhile. Beauty sitting under a delicate crown. Life has a way of hiding its smile. Leaving only your frown. Death always not too far away, Mortality here to stay. Although through rolling mountains sorrow comes descending. Pouring rain blurring what you once could see. To break the clouds, Is not a … Continue reading #79 – Silence