Monthly Archives: October 2013

Welcoming Autumn

London rooftops in autumn Glistening rooftops, Tiles smooth like chocolate polish, On this biting autumn day, The perfect crib for these showers, Drowning dying sunflowers, Black cotton candy puffs, Packed to the brim with dew, Glistening rooftops, Glistening sun, Bright … Continue reading

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The Myth of Aging

The myth of aging Still captured by the fire, Still as sparked into flights of fancy, Still as absorbed by the transcendental, I was once an infant, I’m now in the land of adults, But not much has changed, Just … Continue reading

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You had me at…

This week marks the beginning of my last academic year and so I’ve been reflecting on the events and experiences of the last few years since I graduated from my undergrad. Even as a writer I find it hard to … Continue reading

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