(A young man thinking things over and arguing in his mind, begins to talk his problem out loud.) "Every day I walk past that shop with her and every day she points out that diary with her small, cute, chubby fingers with such a smile of happiness, and exclaims "Daddy! Daddy! How lovely it would … Continue reading Father and child
Cecil was blind. Although he didn't realise it. And neither would you if I hadn't of just told you. He had blinded people himself, that is true. It was his taste and his talent to do so. But now you may be wondering if I mean blind in the same way as I did in … Continue reading Caecus.
As you may well know (or may not) I am not new to the experience of conflict and the suffering of this world. I am writing this more for myself than for you, but be a good reader and don't stop, and do make sure to finish what you have started. I Have served in … Continue reading Hemmingway’s war.
Chapter one - Absolved from choice: I am writing here because I have no one to confide in, you're but a piece of paper but I hope that just expressing myself here will relieve me of many pains and worries. I will keep you close in my pocket at all times, living next to a … Continue reading Sins of the father, or choosing one’s own choices.
Chapter one - Escaping the nest: In a small room, bare and Spartan, this is interrupted by the walls, on these walls rests notes and small scraps of paper with drawings and paintings on them. They are of everything and anything; buildings, flowers, animals, hands, faces, abstractions and none-sensical depictions of emotions. These are raw … Continue reading A quiet voice, or the virtue of finding one’s voice.
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.
As all people were equal, so was this man to all men and all females. They were allocated a strip of land in their small country, as were all. As they worked it they could watch over each other, equals to their side and at their side, working away at their strip of land. The … Continue reading A strip of freedom.