Well this is nice, exorcising those late night thoughts. I find I sleep a little better and certainly I feel at home creatively. 'When tomorrow imposes itself on today, defy the portent and slander fate, rebuff the shamans and mystics' prophecy, tomorrow's a mystery the future; a philosophy.' Good night all, sleep tight.
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This is a post for those bedtime thoughts, when you're settling down for a peaceful night and there's just one or two things left on your mind you still need to purge before you can surrender to sleep. Stress Today I made a friend of stress Tomorrow we'll be mere acquaintances. Nighty night everyone. 😴
Well, infection rates in my hometown of Liverpool are amongst the highest in the country and as a result we've been placed in 'Tier 3 Local Lockdown'. Essentially this means stricter rules regarding interaction with other people, curfews and lots more businesses closing down, potentially never to reopen again. Central government discussed these measures with … Continue reading One Eyed Wonders – Mayoral Envy
Without music, life would be a mistake.Friedrich Nietzsche It's tough to argue with Nietzsche on this point and why would you? Music lifts our spirits emboldens our passion and comforts us in sadness. One of the most valuable experiences one can bestow on another is the gift of a new song or piece of music. … Continue reading Toby’s Ultimate Playlist
Early nights are for the world-weary The weather-beaten wanderers seeking reprieve from the cruelty of waking inertia An exchange for peaceful stillness A mercy and a curse Bookends the possibilities Some achieved while others Languish in reticence For the chance to be called upon again Transported unerringly to deliverance.
Don't listen to the scientists when they're splicing animal/human DNA Don't listen to the scientists when they're reanimating Elvis from the grave Don't listen to the scientists when they're owned by big tobacco Don't listen to the scientists recommend how to wear your hair tomorrow Don't listen to the scientists talk about freezing Walt Disney … Continue reading Don’t Listen To the Scientists
One thing lockdown had taught me is to be more mindful with money. The fact that I'm fortunate enough to have a fairly stable job in such a hostile environment as Corona Virus, demands I not p*** away my hard earned funds. But how to save and what to do with it? Well, if you've … Continue reading How To Own The World – Andrew Craig #Book Review
Harbinger of "instant" coffee With meandering gratification No refuge from the eternal colleague on first A young go-getter at the tender age of three Spousal collisions in the kitchen Jostling for position in front of the kettle The toaster, the fridge, the bread bin And the ever present danger of chores on 'break'. There's been … Continue reading WFH #Poem
This week's prompt is Need. As in, its been ages since I last posted and need to write something. P.s I'm actually a little late for the dead line it seems, but thought I would post anyway, rather than let it waste away in the draft pile :p Need you like stories need endings.
This week's word is Judge. When the honourable presiding judge adjourns court for the day and bids the stenographer a safe journey home, he does so with a tired smile "I'll see you in court." he chortled. Gavel bang, echoed life for justice?