Tuesday, June 11, 2024
29.5 C
Melbourne

Tag: Columnists

spot_imgspot_img

LOCKED UP IN LOCKDOWN.

There is no doubt that the police enforced lockdown may’ve had a positive effect on our physical health but has, in turn, had a negative one on the mental health of many others. And so it was for me for … Continue reading

HERE’S TO THE WOMEN

Here’s to the women  Who gave me nothin’ A peck on the cheek  And a lifeless hug Sayin’ “We must do this again” Like I’m some brainless mug Out on a limb They know I can’t swim And so I … Continue reading

INFECTED

I’ve been poisoned  By too many poisonous demons Posing as friends Posing as human beings Lying about their past and their future intentions  Stealing everything of mine They thought I cared about Money, trophies, and work That I had paid … Continue reading

I DREAMED

I dreamed I was a general With an army ready to serve I dreamed I was a hero  Till I’d wake and lose my nerve  I dreamed I was a good man And always knew what to do But one … Continue reading

3am

Love requires patience  Life takes time But how long must I wait Until the Gods make you mine? Nothing makes sense Until you don’t need it to anymore  We miss our golden chances We take the wrong door  Wish I … Continue reading

I SAW A FUTURE

I saw a future. Or perhaps just a dream. A city where rats the size of dogs scurried along streets, growing stronger feeding on toxic waste. Crowded sidewalks filled with beggars begging beggars for a crumb. Or some leftover soup. … Continue reading