Poem: A December Day

December Day The air is crisp, cold and clean. My breath sparkles in its grasp like fairydust. I feel like a fairytale’s dragon.   The darkness cloaks the clouds, Choking out any lasting glimmers of light, As the sun sets low in the Winter sky.   The trees look fragile. Their vulnerability exposed, By the…

Poem: A Day As Grey As Today

Have you ever experienced a day, As grey as the grey day today? You know the kind, That makes you less kind. The kind you wished would just go away?   I’ve certainly experienced a day, As grey as the grey day today It made me feel kind, To the man who reminded, Me to…

Poem – The Fall of Autumn

Death never looked so beautiful, Leaf litter burnt orange in the fading Autumn sun, Crunches beneath my feet as the day carries on.   The air is colder, Green is no longer seen. The days are shorter, A Midsummer Night is merely but a dream.   Ochre, pumpkin,  chestnut and crimson. All show their true…

23 Things learned At 23

1. My quarter life crisis is just around the corner (that’s at 25 for all you fraction phobics). 2. I can no longer sing the lyrics of Wheatus’ – Teenage Dirtbag without shuddering with guilt at the fact that am no longer a teenager. 3. My first silver hair has sprung out of nowhere, hopefully…

Celtic Cavemen

Newgrange, Co. Meath, Rep. of Ireland The Emerald Isle has its fair share of busy cities and pretty coastlines so why not go and visit a big-ass dome in the middle of a field instead? Or atleast, that’s the logic of my two wonderful parents. Well, it’s safe to say Mother (and Father) knows best…

Poem: Sensation

Smell the rain, Smell the rain, don’t see it The dampened tarmac aroma intensifies as cars go flying by like drive bys at midnight Feel the heat of the rays on your skin, Hairs on your neck rise like budding blossoms in spring Hear the drops of tears hit the leaves, leaves crushed by commuters,…