I always have my nose in a book, I love writing, drawing, reading, anything creative! Ideas constantly crowd my head and so I have to get them down onto paper somehow before they fly off again...
Tag Archives: Writing
The Boy That Should Have Really Gone. I read Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn a year ago and was utterly gripped. It’s a rare thing to become totally submerged under the pen-wielding thumb of the writer in a novel, but … Continue reading
Now just Listen: She’s telling us something. Women together Women forever Undulate our curves, And it’s rhythm that we serve. But is it Love On Top? Or something else? I’ll put this to you, What has happened? She told us … Continue reading
Some photos of my creative piece, Cerebra, that I have done for uni. I handed it in bound as a diary, where the drawings and the writing deteriorate as you read it. It explores the idea of women being split, … Continue reading
Myself and some other students have created a website based around our module ‘Bodies, Gender and Language.’ The collection of work includes writing, drawings and photography surrounding the module title subject. Take a look at our work! http://www.strikingly.com/bodiesgenderlanguage
Water and heat Running like veins on the window. Tributaries, branching out like trees, Across the expanse of glass. Globules of rain Dotted diamonds on my window. Reflections of inner retrospections, Sparkling spheres of memory.
The water on the sand creates a kind of wrinkled effect like skin being pushed, creating a rise and fall that is forever undulating with the salty wind. I’ve come here to get away, run away, fly away, dipping, diving … Continue reading
My poem is in this! Very exciting! …I have spilt my tea. http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Dance-Is-New-ebook/dp/B00FL887N8/ref=sr_1_5?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1380902719&sr=1-5&keywords=mardibooks