MARG: Don’t take any notice, what she doesn’t know is what you lack in height... You certainly make up for...
Forever and for never, we seek solace in our own retribution, Cloaked in the belief with cautious words and endless imagination. Youtube | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest (Original Photography).
It is amazing how beautiful something so insignificant can be, when you truly stop to look at it, when you eventually notice it. The fallen leaves that scatter along your driveway in autumn, before you hastily brush them away; do you ever stop to look? To see the array of different colours and … Continue reading Indispensable – Short Story
but blind eyes glaze over the obvious,
INT: BIG JOHNS OFFICE- DAY EXTREME CLOSE UP: Wisps’ of steam float away from a hot cup of the milkiest coffee you have ever seen. The sound of FOOTSTEPS can be heard as a TEA SPOON lands into the cup, leaving a small splatter of coffee in its wake. PULL OUT TO REVEAL: … Continue reading Blackstock – Short Script
This is an assignment I had to write for University, it is a fictional account of the horrific tragedy that did actually happen on the 28th December 1879 where a part of the Tay Rail Bridge collapsed while carrying a train full of people. You can read more about the disaster on its wiki page. … Continue reading The Tay Bridge Disaster – Short Story
A black hole sucking me in, without hesitation I find myself on the ladder retreating straight down.
Cherry blossom hums through the open window, quickly followed by the delicate punch from the forget-me-not’s. Just enough to pull you back from falling off the precipice in your own head. Never have you ever realised how beautiful a falling raindrop can be, seamlessly oblivious that it will shatter at first impact; full of convenient forgettery. For … Continue reading Rosarian – Short Story