Category: 2022 Fights Back

  • Alternate Title (Randy Scouse Git)

    Alternate Title (Randy Scouse Git)

    This is not the blog I was going to post. Carry on.

  • Leaders of the Free World

    Leaders of the Free World

    800 Twitter followers now. When we get to 1000… be afraid.

  • Blowing in the Wind

    Blowing in the Wind

    I didn’t realize this was physical. The assumption was it would be virtual, and suddenly I’m even more pleased that out of 700 subs, summat managed to land. Also, all of these were read blind. I am rewarding myself with chocolate for this one. This is a big deal. Let’s hope there’s a chance at […]

  • I am particularly proud of this for many reasons, but mostly because the poetry really is my own, authentic voice right now. Good and bad, there is no escaping the inevitable. Let’s see where it takes me.

  • Days Like These

    Days Like These

    This was my only success last month. However, it keeps up the streak of publication from late last year. We already have July sorted. /looks at August with growing suspicion…

  • Don’t Tell Me

    Don’t Tell Me

    This will be a priority over the weekend, I think…

  • Tusk

    Tusk

    Right now, a lot of what I am doing feels as if I am flailing around in the dark with absolutely no lights. It is hard when everyone else around you appears to be notionally doing better, however untrue this may actually appear to be. I know how all the motivational stuff works, how it’s […]

  • Today

    Today

    Still not over it. Unlikely I ever will be. These are the moments that reshape your direction.

  • The End is the Beginning is the End

    The End is the Beginning is the End

    The smart amongst you will know this was written after the fact, when I was home, because there was simply not the brain space that existed to properly process at the time. If truth be told, there is still not the space to do that. I’m continuing to break it down and manage the changes […]

  • You and Me Song

    You and Me Song

    I have to admit there was an ulterior motive, making the 600 miles or so round trip with my husband (very graciously) doing all the driving. It was all about walking into a place I’d only seen in pictures and never visited. It was also having to make myself known to people that had only […]