Tag Archives: Lockdown
The World in My Eyes
Now that you have seen the end my friend, can we turn back before it’s too late?
In Memory Of The Life We Led
When We Had Time, You & I…
… we could live forever.
Escapism in Stillness
Hide! (Lockdown Lullaby)
Why are you afraid brother? Why are you busy dying? You have forgotten, haven’t you? How small and fragile we are, Yet we are here to live. Why are you scared sister? Why are you so worried about tomorrow? For tomorrow may never come, You are here, And today you live.
Noun A visual disorder in which the patient perceives a prolonged afterimage. Collins. English Dictionary. Copyright © HarperCollins Publishers Word origin From Greek palin again + ōps eye.
Me. You. Us. Yes. No. Maybe.
Socialising while physical distancing.
Let Me Out, Let Me Go
While practicing The Art of Getting Lost during the coronavirus lockdown, my eyes were caught by what looked like a dangling curtain or a tablecloth. A mild wind was toying with it, as if it was offering it a possible freedom from the frame it was imprisoned in, a freedom to roam the world, onlyContinue reading “Let Me Out, Let Me Go”