You just don't want to have that thought,
Where it could've been anyone.
A Doubt in Blossom,
Imagine if you were a hamster, Supping at your huge, metallic water pipe, not made for those with big, clunky teeth. Waiting for your human master to clean out your room, as you don't have the dexterity to leave the 'do not disturb' sign on the door of your cage.
I gaze out of the window in the drunken hours -
a battered ford Mondeo looms out of the darkness,
unmoving on the pavement, reassuring and ghost-like.
Bob Dylan is my only friend
And yet we never met
But I know he is a man like me
A man not afraid to dream
Gallery - Illustrations by Vicente O'Neil
I knocked twice gently and look behind me, when I turned back the door was open. Standing in the door frame wasn’t the dealer, but his daughter.
The ugliness of rough markings made by drunk hands touches me. It appeals to my self-intoxication and self-depravation. Not all resemble such depravity, some passionately written, tell the tales of different tones, probably portraying a love that has already ended.
Constantly drugged by our brains, controlled by molecules so small we have to take it upon faith they are there. Dopamine, serotonin, endorphin, norepinephrine, hundreds of molecules simply there to make you feel good. When we feel things, when we fuck, when we fight.
From the bosom of an edgy year, 2016 provided some amazing pieces of culture despite the socio-political strife of a post-truth society.
The myth of the Tower of Babel tells us we humans were once united as one. We wanted to reach the heavens and become gods by building a tower. God saw it as an insults, and as a punishment for our attempt, we were condemned to develop different languages.
To all the self-righteous judgmental cunts out there who want me to quit, I say fuck off.
The night of the living white-wash is upon us once again, triggered by the recent release of the latest Ghost in the Shell trailer. The consistent controversy of...
I'm not going to beat around the bush; Wonder Woman is beginning to tantalise my yearly need for self-reprisal and self-loathing (watching a fuckin' superhero film).
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