Monthly Archives: March 2013
Isolation. It’s not when I’m alone I feel the weight of loneliness. When I’m alone they talk to me- The birds, the trees, the leaves. I hear God’s voice on a gentle breeze, His tears speaking in the … Continue reading
It has been a long, long day. We set off yesterday at four o’clock in the afternoon and arrived here at about ten o’clock the next morning. Travelling is so much fun! I have had a little opportunity to play with new … Continue reading
I haven’t had the possibility of writing for the past few days as I have been in the rainforest of Borneo. What an experience! So you might think I am going to be posting those photographs now but… patience. No, … Continue reading
Dark thoughts. You have now become The thing you did not expect And shameful cuts bleed. Shadows in your eyes? Darkness can’t hide bitter tears As you cut new scars. Winter’s taking hold Old dreams soon fade, frost bitten In … Continue reading
Another view across the moors, through the window of a ruin on the hilltop. Through a ruin’s frame I see hope in nature’s glow. So it is in life.
Sticking with the Isle of Man theme, I have been looking at a couple of photographs from my wanderings over the manx moors. This one is ‘deadly’! His eyes, empty, stare. Through my bones, through my soul, my Memento … Continue reading