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Category Archives: death
It’s the morning of the day you have been dreaming about since you proposed or said yes. Friends and family have gathered from near and far to celebrate your happiness. It’s your big day. Months of planing the flowers, cake, … Continue reading →
The cold begins to set in as you lie on your back floating on the night sky. It’s clear tonight and reflects like a mirror in the water. You feel yourself flying and can’t remember the last time you felt … Continue reading →
Fairytales have always fascinated me. From a young age I remember reading Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid and it left me enchanted and disturbed. Fairytales are a gift of escapism. You can indulge in fantasies and discover worlds far … Continue reading →
We’ve all shamelessly done it. Don’t even try to deny it. We’ve all made sure no one was about before throwing a handful of battered delight into the air for hungry bellies. Savages of the sea they sit in wait … Continue reading →
What Doesn’t Kill You…The Highs, Lows and Unexpected Gifts of Surviving Cancer By Rachel Haynes (Review)
Cancer. It’s such an ugly word. Wouldn’t you agree dear reader? The mere mention of it on one’s lips signals pain, uncertainty and death. It changes lives in seconds and spreads quicker than runny icing on an stale fruitcake. It … Continue reading →
There comes a moment during our childhood when we start viewing the world differently. What used to be all sunshine, lollipops and rainbows becomes a dark, scary, unknown nightmare of confusion and loneliness. Our childhood abandons us, leaving us to … Continue reading →
As you look into the depths of the lake, you feel a shiver creep up your spine. The moon is hiding as if it has already foreseen the future. Your heart suddenly stops. A figure is standing on the bank. … Continue reading →
You feel the cold mud squelch between your toes as the strong scent of pine lingers in the air. The haar is slowly parting to reveal the towering trees that watch silently over you. You feel something sharp in your … Continue reading →
Three hours. 180 minutes. It doesn’t sound like much does it. That’s just enough time to watch Lord Of The Rings or Titanic. But would that be enough time to find redemption, let go of regrets and fight for the … Continue reading →
Have you ever felt invisible dear reader? People seeing right through you and completely ignoring your existence? What if you have already been forgotten and are indeed now a ghost? How much can we truly forget before we realise what … Continue reading →