26 ways of looking at hope 1. Sunlight through trees. 2. Gathering. Waiting. An opportunity to observe. An older couple sit side-by-side under the multitude of life captured in the Fitzrovia mural, filling the whole side of the building edging
My Train Journey Home Me: That burger smells amazing. Man on train: Oh it is – I’ve earnt it though. I ran a marathon today – in this rain! 26 miles man. Quite the day. Me: Wow. That’s
The following was written in response to interactions with exhibits, people, and observations at Holborn Library, observing the pieces named, “Reclaiming” with Carolyn Murphy; “Entwine: The Avocado Sculptures” with Ghost and John; “New Bloomsbury Set Silks” with Bloomsbury Festival &
Grow? Do I have to? I’m excited about Bloomsbury Festival this year. I have just completed “The Artists Way” by Julia Cameron. It feels like the perfect preparation for this years’ Festival theme: “Grow.” If you don’t know Cameron’s book,
Designs for Life by Suzie Inman Inspired by the theme of the Festival (growth) — and fed by titles found during a bookshop crawl through Bloomsbury with Bookshop Crawl UK — I compiled two very different reading lists for life.
What will become of us after such an embrace? An echo verse. Breaking through shadows, and so it began CAN The first light of day, to the lapping waves, lost at sea WE between variations and preludes, they roar, also
“As I turned over the last page, after many nights, a wave of sorrow enveloped me. Where had they all gone, these people who had seemed so real?” – Louise Glück, ‘A Work of Fiction’, 2014 No matter how real,
You who are searching for sustenance, sit down and eat She stares out from the photo, reaches from the past, eyes piercing your soul. Stereoscopic views of times long gone, haunting the page, giving devotion through poetry and song: the