Part I - The Dog: (A man is sat in the park looking rather glum with his hands in his pockets, he is looking at the floor to begin with, then as a passerby passes with their dog he begins to talk.) "I remember when I got her, my dog I mean, my auntie is … Continue reading Dogs

#186 – On marriage and children

Suffering and virtue mixed with the seed: Fornication and obligation, Onwards we breed. She walked hand in hand with heavy womb; Pollinated - the legacy escapes the tomb, And onwards we bloom. A weight, a burden, a physical prospect. A lightened mental load, A burden made lighter by the day. The liege, heir apparent reigning upon its subject. The new-born with the world to mould, … Continue reading #186 – On marriage and children