I am in a mystery mood tonight. During my recent bouts of boredom, I've picked up watching Sherlock. I'm all caught up on various other fandoms - wait, I tell a lie, there is one that I'm halfway through and I'm a third of the way through another. Okay, I'm not all caught up, but you … Continue reading Letters to Euturpe: 43
invitations. she declares it to be an art, in a world full of electricity which can send a request or suggestion to the intended recipient within seconds. she makes it a point to never use electric invitations, and scorns having to click yes instead of sending back the reply card. in a way she gets it, … Continue reading invitation (300)
flame jumps from matchstick, kisses the wick and transfers - burning it anew. fire sparks below the mantelpiece, devouring each obstacle it meets. sky darkens with smoke air kissed by charcoal and breathes energy for flames.
My mind isn't working properly. I think I've been getting a bit too ahead of myself of late; plotting to do book reviews and then forgetting to actually review the ones I've read - and I've been knee-high (almost literally) in books. At the moment the creative magic has slowed right down, and I've learned why you … Continue reading Day 16
hidden in plain sight camouflaged into a space - keeping an eye out. blindfold pulled over the face, hundreds of details go quickly unseen. blend into the wall, the surroundings - erase the image from your mind.
If we were having coffee, I'd be at the cafe first. I'm keeping an eye on emails so that's why I have my phone out, but please don't take it as a sign that I don't want anyone around. Hold on, I'll put my phone away. The only emails which have come through in the … Continue reading Over Coffee (33)
My mind's in that state again. The special one where I have trouble writing anything new, but have ideas constantly churning through. This afternoon I listened to one new song and it sparked off a new idea. Sometimes I really wonder about the way my brain works. Anyway. I don't have much inspiration to really write … Continue reading The Motor is Running