"Midas is king and he holds me so tightand turns me to gold in the sunlight..."
'Diaspora Child', my first poetry collection, is now available to buy in paperback on Amazon, and e-book on the Kindle store!!! Available in all Amazon territories and on Kindle apps and devices!!!
Miles. There are people born onto this Earth who irrevocably change the landscape and texture of your life, shaping it into something more beautiful than can be conceived, than feels can be contained by the body. The blueprint of my inner world, and its effect on my view of the world in which we live,… Continue reading The Music That Made Me- ‘One and One’ by Robert Miles, featuring Maria Nayler
Saturday, the 5th of March, 2001. An eleven-year-old girl is staying at her mom's- well, her grandparents' (mother's parents)- house, where they have lived for a number of years since her parents split up, and later, divorced. I think it was four years in total- mom moved into her house, if I recall correctly, in… Continue reading Inaugural Flow: The Story Of My First Period
Nostalgia is an incredibly personal, piercing pain. I had on the radio earlier and heard 'Dead From The Waist Down' by Catatonia (between 15:30 and 15:35): it was introduced as one of their less-played tracks, perhaps it is now, but I remember hearing it quite frequently when it was out. I was a child in… Continue reading Notes on Nostalgia. Monday, the 18th of June, 2018- 16:36.
With an unseasonal chill and evening darkness that mimics Autumn, patchouli incense burning, it is definitely a U2 'October' listening mood.