Category Archives: Prose

Words without the rhyme.

Lost

I lose myself in Your arms and the raindrops that fall onto the still water of Your heart. My fear washed away by the mossy dew of Your smile. How long have I waited to lose myself? Only You know. … Continue reading

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Future Society: ‘Prout’ Short Story Competition

Prout (PROgressive Utilisation Theory) is a visionary socio-economic system to encourage a cooperative society. A new short story competition has been announced for writers to open a window on a future, Proutistic society. From the press release: IMAGINE A SOCIETY … Continue reading

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Delicate Intricacy of Life’s Weavings

Funny how in simple moments like sitting on the Victoria Line, hurtling through London’s network of tube tunnels, listening to the notes of Tracy Chapman’s voice, surrounded by sound, slipping through the seemingly mundane world, I feel so alive. Beautiful … Continue reading

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Red Nite Crash

I almost died last night… I can still feel the pin-prick in my middle finger where the paramedics checked my blood sugar. The feeling still runs through me… I was in a car, spinning. Seventy miles an hour. I had … Continue reading

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Canalside

Rochdale Canal, Ancoats, Manchester. I was photographing the bridge when Mike asked me what I was doing. We went on to talk for about an hour with a conversation that really touched and affected me.

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