'Closed'. The sign hung on the entrance to Rock 'n' Rogers 50's Diner. 'What will you do now?' asked Rock. Rogers shrugged, 'Head further south, try again.' 'Still think it'll work, huh?' 'Sure do. People love nostalgia.' 'Sure, for certain things, maybe they don't want to be reminded about everything.' 'It was a simpler time, … Continue reading NOSTALGIA
A copy of the Harley Quinn character, from the DC Universe Rebirth Harley Quinn cover (May 2017). Reasonably pleased with it, and enjoyed adding the colour.
I can only see one colour. Of all the colours I would have chosen to see the world in, this wouldn't be it. It's not red: filled with passion, love, lust or danger. It's not yellow: warm, welcoming, bursting with life. It's not blue: cool, calm, serene. No, it's grey. Dull, drab, neutral, washed-out grey. … Continue reading COLOURBLIND
George bested Timothy in everything. He was better at his sums, better at spelling, hand-writing, reading and tying his shoe-laces. George could run faster than Timothy, was always first-pick at football and had more gears on his bicycle. George always had the best sweets in the playground, the smartest new trainers, the most fashionable t-shirt … Continue reading ARCH-ENEMY
A PROSE POEM: A shallow stream with a pebbled carpet, Dapples of sunlight on a shimmering surface. Bare feet cooled in ripples of water, Shouts and laughter and joyful splashes. A father and a son joined in play, A precious moment clutched from memory. Quiet descends on a father alone, A shadow of … Continue reading FATHER AND SON