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Perpetuate

Perpetuate

By Dylan Simpson Perpetual purgatory. Your perogative is passionate, perplexing but purposeful. It portrays a pretense privy to privacy, placated by poetic prose. A prevention of a purpose, or a position of plain panic. Paint your project with a patience. A passenger...
Rage

Rage

There is something comforting about a ferocious night The chill of the wind, the violence of the trees, The screaming sky, the forceful rain It is reassuring We are not the only things who rage.
Colours

Colours

You were the most beautiful thing I’d ever seen. Hair black like charcoal, eyes bluer than the sea. Skin warm, russet like sand, softer than cotton. Voice low, calm – a buzz in my head. I loved you. I always would love you. But you didn’t love me. I watched you grow...
How To Make A Salad

How To Make A Salad

A salad is simple enough to make. You can’t actually stuff it up. Add a dressing to vegetables, cheese maybe, fruit if you’re adventurous. You don’t even need the dressing, really. Love is more important, as an ingredient. A salad is easy, if that’s what you want to...
The Black Sheep

The Black Sheep

The black sheep mourns the loss of the last of his flock. Christian affirmations ring hollow against the deaf ears of heaven’s favourite fuck ups. A witch lies eternal in a cask bedecked with crosses. The black sheep stews with righteous anger as the priest...