Poetry from below the Glass Floor. Challenging the culture that sees humans as objects to be owned.
It's only through talks across time that we can learn from the mistakes of our collective past. Readers I make no apologies as this poem is inspired by our collective lives and times in UK today. Covid19 was not the start, I've been watching and living this for years. All I will say is please … Continue reading Talks Across Time
Homelessness in Manchester It's International Women's Day and I'm writing this post because R, a lady rough sleeping in Manchester asked me to. I met R along with 2 of her friends V and B. Both R and V are women, I've shortened the names as I know how dangerous speaking out can be. This … Continue reading A Woman’s Voice
I'm going to make no apologies for this post and I'm hoping it will shake the silent majority into alert, action ready, heros. Emmeline Pankhurst Courageous HERO I'm in Manchester today. I came here to take part in an event held by the English Independent Inquiry into Childhood Sexual Abuse, Scotland has also got an … Continue reading Open Your Eyes Time To Wake Up
A flower not the end doorway Email Billie I think something's happened there's police Rush Oh My God what pieces to pick up Police tape, Police cars, ambulance motionless What's happened? "Can't say" I know this man he's my friend I know his date of birth, name...... He's just got out of hospital!..... Statement grateful … Continue reading A Waste #RIPMyFriend