Life, relationships, society

The Irony Of Being Unfiltered

So you’re unfiltered, have a no filters personality. Modern slang suggests having no filters means you’re raw, natural, crude, coarse, abrupt, prone to putting your foot in it and even refreshing. After all, you’re supposed to be yourself right? The phrase putting your foot in it has always been stupid to me. How do you know someone’s life story to merit being… Continue reading The Irony Of Being Unfiltered

Life, relationships

Dear Mum With Love

We all bled together then subsequently we healed ~ Sharon Lawson

health and wellbeing, Life

A Blank Page Is A Wonderful Thing

I've always enjoyed writing ever since English class at Bathgate Academy in my hometown in Scotland. I loved how honest Mrs Watson was with me. She couldn't praise my review of Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange enough yet advised to to stick to short stories (HERE and HERE) and experiment with poetry. I used to… Continue reading A Blank Page Is A Wonderful Thing

Life, poetry

No Choice On 9/11

A poem I wrote inspired by the horrors of September 11th 2001

health and wellbeing, Life

Keep On Clucking, You’ll Get Through It!

Stress caused me to buy a Magnum and sit listening to Brittany Murphy singing. My latest difficult health news.

Life, poetry, society

I Believe So I Will

Enjoy your life without restriction of dictating minorities

health and wellbeing, Life

Progressive Mouse In Wonderland: My Failing Health

I don't need to rewind too far because most of my story is published so let's go back to... Wow, 2002

Life, relationships

Friendship Made In The Graveyard Shift

From Instagram to the graveyard: a friendship made

Life, mental health

Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh

Vincent by Don McLean. A beautiful song about troubled artist Van Gogh

Life, mental health

Chaotic Big Dipper

It often feels like I'm on a big dipper at some funfair that's not much fun! Wrestling with fluctuating feelings that are up and down then seriously super-loop