Category: Poetry

Understand

A poem dedicated to the people whose lives without which, we wouldnt be the people we are today. A tribute to loved ones who, although are no longer with us, taught us and live on through us. A celebration of life. Follow @mrpinkster

2012 Review of the year

2012 let’s wrap it up with a beautiful poetic review Some of the highlights from what has been A fast paced, constantly changing twelve months. For just a minute put aside the news and a trillion Google searches As I present a story of always listening to your head, heart and guts. For anyone that …

Gramotones – Horror Draped In Dry Ice (Halloween Special)

Halloween really is a great time of year? The temperature has just taken a dip, there is a real chill in the air. And this Halloween night the streets will be filled with fun, mischief and possibly a little horror. There are modern day trick or treaters. And there are those who stick with traditions …

Not a Day Without a line

Here’s a few snippets of week two of writing at least a line a day.. You can find Week 1 over here http://mrpinkster.tumblr.com/post/31156272759/not-a-day-without-a-line Read from the bottom up:) It’s going somewhere..  14 Sep To provide and provision one’s own life Pushing peoples patience but not for fun Coming of age yet treated like a child Really, no …

Tim Peaks Diner @KendalCalling – Day 3

What better way to start off day 3, than with a nice bowl of Totes Amazeballs. Heather thought it was a great idea and also commented how nice it was that there are also seats outside the diner. Inside was absolutely packed this morning, so we watched diner guests come and go as we ate …

Telling Stories Day Glasgow – Part 3 Gig Review

For the benefit of anyone who missed Part 1 or Part 2 this is a gig review of The Charlatans at Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom on 09 Jun 12. We enter the Barras, searched because we’re here Huv you anything you shouldnae huv, ooft, never fear. Up one flight of stairs, yes we know that smell Fat from …

Andrew Roachford Gig Review Glasgow O2ABC 02 Jun 12

The sun was shining that Saturday night as I walked up Sauchiehall Street. I arrived at the ABC, no queue, so I eased inside and took my seat. It’s a pleasant little venue, the ABC2, perfect when there’s love in the air. On came support, “I’m called Little Fire” the evening begins, pen & notebook …

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