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February 2014

  • Poetry

    A better place?

    You thought I was useless Not a worthy child to you You said I was the devil Why? I never had a clue You tried to get me labelled And refused…

  • Fiction

    The Lucky One

    photo credit: DeeAshley via photopin cc I always thought she’s the lucky one. Beautiful, intelligent, vivacious, fair-skinned with light eyes whereas I was the ugly duckling. Nobody could tell we were…

  • Life

    I need a holiday

    I think I officially need a holiday. A solo-adventure. To refresh myself, re-energise and recuperate. Sure, I have been having some great camping weekends and trips to Hyams Beach, Kiama or…

  • Life

    9 years later

    A week ago I caught up with a friend, N from school. It’s been 9 years. The last time we met was on my birthday in 2005. My 21st birthday. Couple…

  • Flash Fiction

    55 Fiction: Regret

    photo credit: iwinatcookie via photopin cc I was the best actor and yet, the only one with no parent in the audience. I couldn’t blame my dead mum. How I wished…

  • Poetry

    Too late

    photo credit: Nina Matthews Photography via photopin cc She came into his life Like a rainbow through the grey Bringing light into his sorrows And easing his pain Her love for…

  • Life

    10 things people wrongly assume about me

    We live in a world filled with assumptions. Particularly based on what people look like without getting to know them. Over the years, I have had people assume several things about…

  • Book Reviews

    Book Review: Left Neglected

    …by Lisa Genova. Sarah Nickerson is a high-flying Type A personality living in a wealthy suburb in Boston with her husband Bob and three children Charlie, Lucy and Linus. Sarah juggles…