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Writing self: Will I ever fully know myself?

According to Scottish philosopher David Hume, man could only have a limited knowledge of himself. I came across this theory whilst looking over some of my old university notes and began to think about my writing. I write to get … Continue reading

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Mirror monologues: woman

I want my kindness to break you’re heart in pieces And rebuild it with a layer that’s transparent; Able to absorb love. I want my actions to speak to your situations, Breathing healing into the bitterness you’re entrenched in; Touching … Continue reading

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Mirror Monologues: Comfort Zone

I open my mouth and only tell you half of the story, half of the truth, give you half of me.Wanting to give my all, wanting to set me free – Entrap myself in you…I give you half of me.Feelings of guilt … Continue reading

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Mirror monologues: Beauty and the beast

I am writing a poetry series called ‘mirror monologues about those intimate and private thoughts and conversations you have with yourself. I would value your feedback and insight…watch out for a video performance of the entire mirror monologues coming soon… This poem is … Continue reading

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