Scribblings

Autumn & Anticipation

Autumn has slipped beneath the doorways and settled on every surface, like a layer of dust. The first rumbles of Autumn called to me like a reprieve, following a Summer where the world seemed ready to be rid of us. Autumn swept in to douse the flames and press moisture into the earth, and coax…… Continue reading Autumn & Anticipation

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My Opinion on Opinions

It’s worth, at times, focusing on the good stuff and ignoring the bad. These times are precious little specks, and not to be over-indulged. The world is a wonderful place of wonder and awe and true goodness which just lifts me off my feet and soaks right into my skin. It’s an ‘ah-ha!’ moment where…… Continue reading My Opinion on Opinions

Short Fiction

The Plum Currency

From the open window, Stanley Damson watched the world awaken. Cool, crisp air flooded the kitchen, and it energised him. He liked this time of day best, when the 7am sunshine stirred the world for its morning coffee appointment. The sifting breeze waited among the branches, conducting a gum leaf percussion which squeezed through the…… Continue reading The Plum Currency

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Thoughts about Home & Fire

I’ve been thinking about home. About home as a concept maybe, but also a very literal place, and also, as a broader setting without defined boundaries but a very specific ~feeling~. I’ve been thinking about home because I wake up there every morning, because 2020 has a change of home planned, because people come and…… Continue reading Thoughts about Home & Fire

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Dear 365 Days: a reply

On the 14th of December 2016 I wrote myself a letter. Something about gaining perspective, something about gratitude. I’ve been hopping around the world and December 14th came and went. You can read my letter here: Dear, 365 Days You can read my belated reply below, but before you do! I wrote this reply months ago,…… Continue reading Dear 365 Days: a reply