In preparation for my night of silent discoing this weekend I wanted to keep the theme going and share with … More
We all have them, even those amongst us who have the patience of a saint can fall victim to loosing … More
To help yourself – help others. Today as part of the company charity day I helped out at Brixton Soup … More
How do you feel now? That I am no longer here. Do you feel….freedom? I close my eyes tight. Yet … More
We’ve all been in this position, you’re travelling late at night, maybe coming back from the airport or from burying … More
1. Your sister/ brother got more presents than you Let’s be honest for just a second, we may donate to … More
Food. So bad, yet so good. So many colours, so many textures. So many food poisonings taken for the pleasure. … More
I would rather bite my own tongue OFF than put another rice cracker with low fat margarine IN my mouth. … More
With the sun getting lazier and lazier these November nights, returning to its slumbers faster than I’m sure the majority … More
As humans, I think it’s fair to say procrastinating is in our blood, some of us just do it less … More
‘Matsuri’ means ‘festival’ in Japanese, and on 30th Septmeber in London’s Trafalgar Square the festivities were well and truly underway. … More
Leake Street, Waterloo/ Lambeth This quirky creepy tunnel encloses all kinds of goodies under it’s archways. From the hard to … More
My stomach rumbles with a 10 on the Richter scale, and that’s after I’ve eaten breakfast. So can you imagine … More
‘A Closed Fist’ – a spin on the meaning to hurt someone. A closed fist can be a punch but it could also be inferred to as a hand that is not offering food and therefore hurting someone by starving them.
I wanted the poem to show how it’s essential to be kind to one another. Afterall you never know where someone might be in their life, or who they may become. And perhaps you may even find yourself needing their help oneday. The bigger picture is that we are humans we need food and we need to put ourselves in eachothers shoes more often, especially when it comes down to this essential element of life – to prevent starvation.