A day away from the sun; Just follow the rays to the bedroom, Whereupon you’ll find me. Clothes slapdashedly splayed On the tarnished, royal curls of the carpet; Upon the bed, I’ll be purring. Hop on; try to forget about the heat. A day away from the sun
Sartre’s writing is fantastic. I personally, really enjoy it. I’m currently reading the third and final part of his pre-and mid-war The Roads to Freedom trilogy, Troubled Sleep. The novel is set just prior to the fall of Paris in 1941, perhaps as even as early as 1940. At the very start of the novel, […]
Seagulls dipping over the chalky, brown dunes; Harsh blades and grains splaying up to whip against their wings. Ebbing and flowing, Green and dark blue waves, tinged with a mull of brown, Froth up onto the front. Here we are – Watching from the sanctity of the car. “Bit windy out there, Love” “Wanna’ head […]
Melancholia is a funny word. Whilst the first half makes one think of melons, The second half grounds one into knowing its viciousness. It’s pervasive, and its name only highlights it – It’s a great name, deserving of its weight. By the time you, the sufferer, get to the “-cholia” part, You wish for the […]
Is binge-watching television (particularly The Simpsons on Disney+) a form of us pursuing the path of the least possible resistance in our lives? I ask this because I think that for the last three days, this is all I’ve done. The problem with this is that it’s so hard to shake off. You get in […]
In the last segment of the analysis of Kenny Rogers’ Lucille, I only moved down past the first two sentences. Yes, it seems ridiculously pedantic to hardly make it so far. At the same time, however, it felt like a worthwhile exercise to get to grips with the song. As I said in that initial […]
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