Four kings rode in with strings and skins to bring salvation to me on the streets of New Year’s Eve. Then my friend would lend contents of bookends that induced solutions to a common teenage problem. I became incepted and indebted to the greatest escape artist, plus drowned-out voice who talked me through the agonyContinue reading “Laugh-cry Emojis”
The 27th poem from A Shropshire Grad.
Poem #17 from A Shropshire Grad
Poem 1️⃣1️⃣ from the illustrated playlist A Shropshire Grad. This poem explores the world of Twitter and how quickly it can become abrasive.
Poem #10 from my playlist ‘A Shropshire Grad’. This poem was originally supposed to show my disdain for UK politician Nigel Farage – who, I believe, has had the most influence in creating hatred in society. But when I came to write it, I found myself exploring whether he could really be called ‘the devil’.
Inspired by the quotes and slogans of UK prime minister Boris Johnson.