A poem about completing hard work.
A short, fun limerick style poem.
A fairly literal haiku about that sinking feeling. Always bad when on tiny brown bits of rock.
This one’s from WILLIAM, my first book and the first book about The Stranger. An adventure where tragedy and death effect the main character so much that things become a little more interesting than he was expecting. To buy the book from the uk amazon website click here. The book is available on all amazon […]
I recently had some fresh bread which was really nice. One of the best things about a food like this is the smell it gives off when it’s still warm. Smell is something we don’t think about much but of all the senses it can be the most powerful, bringing back memories, causing desire or […]
This one’s a picture of Far Cry Instincts: Evolution on the Original Xbox and I wasn’t able to get a screenshot and took this with my phone. Anyway, I wrote a haiku about it. It’s sad really how things like this happen, often for no reason.
From The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. A weird thing about the NPC programming makes them crouch by dead bodies, possibly because of love for the dead. This man must have had a lot of love.
We are surrounded by shapes and fabrics, stare long enough and an idea may form providing something greater than the eye can see.
A quick haiku about safety on a construction site inspired by the poster found in Fallout 4. That game seems to have so many things that give inspiration I’m impressed.
Two headed cows called Brahmin roam the wastes of the Fallout games. Some of them are domesticated and have names. Using the VATS (Vault-Tec Assisted Targeting System) to zoom in I found out that this one had a rather stupid name, it was called Idiot.
A short Yugioh themed poem.
A haiku about a gorilla that I found in the Nuka World DLC of the game Fallout 4. They are incredible animals and as much as people like to see them at a zoo or on TV we should really show them more respect than we do.
A nice little limerick style poem about some statues on the walls of the town hall. There’re monarch statues all the way across the building. I think it’s cool that the Lord Protector Cromwell was given a place up there and even cooler that he’s next to King Charles I.
Something odd and interesting. A picture of some wallpaper with a haiku written on.