A basic human right – the right to family life has been bolloxed.
Monthly Archives: November 2020
Today they took my dog’s womb.
The vet, Friendly young woman in dark blue scrubs Face mask and clipboard, Took me through The ins and outs of the procedure. Operation to render my dog Sterile. / My last dog Maisie Was also spayed Although I seem to have lost the memory. / Now, Stella, As she cowers, Under my desk, BesideContinue reading “Today they took my dog’s womb.”
So, today I was on a Cabinet Office call about care homes.
People who don’t know things, asking people who know things to tell other people who don’t know things, things.
Indulging in a bit of deconstructivism / Unconscious nurses and doctors.
I said to him, ‘You could be a male nurse.’
He replied, ‘You mean, a nurse.’
Little hands, absent feet and beautiful people
Of the 147 initial survivors, by the time they were rescued 13 days later only 15 were still alive, the others had been murdered, cannibalised or thrown into the sea.
If I hadn’t met you in the library
The joy of imagination and other worlds.
Would you want to risk missing God?
If I was in my last hours of life and the tunnel and the bright light were there
I have written a few blogs. 820 to be precise. / It makes me wonder, How people who have never met me See me. / I imagine there are two groups – Those who have met me, friends and family, who from reading, have perhaps gained some insight into who I am beyond or separateContinue reading “Online persona”
Half past six on Saturday night Fireworks are popping, Banging outside; dark and cold with mist. I liked this morning’s cobwebs; now they have moved-on. The hum of TV downstairs threatens another dancing programme I consider Netflix Or a book, Not really interested. The dog In the corner house Barks when I walk past; HeContinue reading “Lockdown Saturday”
The American Election – Zazz & Razzamatazz
These are not stupid people.