David swung the rock from his sling. It cut across the sky. Clouds held a thick blanket over the world but with a crack, the clouds split open in an instant to make way for the missile. Blue sky poured down and the sun glittered down upon all. The dazzling sheen blinded all in witness … Continue reading The Book of Sami
I've seen many sights, but not the one I require. I've see many sights: Sparrows stuck upon barbwire, on the walls of a Qatari villa. Pigeons fed beside Caulfield station, on the charity of a lonely man. Seagulls starved and fighting, on the steps of St Paul's. I've met many but sung to few. I'll … Continue reading Untitled #2
One bird, Two bird, Three bird, Four... Has the nest stirred? I've lost the score. Could have sworn, there was one more.
We live in a world that is more connected than ever through technological advances. What news we receive has changed and also how we receive it. Perhaps receive is now an outdated word to use, more accurately it could be said that it has changed how an individual finds his news. Of course, in the … Continue reading News and Power
Finding a new shirt or dress that you love can be a great feeling, we use clothing to express our interests, our clique, our personalities - and clothing is especially great if it is a bargain. Clothing is cheaper than ever in this era of fast fashion, however there may be hidden costs behind the … Continue reading Fashion and You
★★★★½ The animated sci-fi fable Fantastic Planet (1973) has been re-imagined with an original live score by Krakatau, a Melbourne based prog-rock/jazz fusion act. It was the first ever co-production between Hear My Eyes, a live score screening production team, and the Melbourne International Film Festival. My first viewing of Fantastic Planet was at Byron Bay, on … Continue reading Fantastic Planet + Krakatau // Review
A quiet night previously filled with the laughs and talk of Swabian apple trees had entertained me for long enough as I silently brooded my escape. Wine flows with haste beneath a flowing conversation, as also does the surging water beneath a bridge not far from the local restaurant I was until recently painfully attending. […] … Continue reading Under the bridge