Poetry from below the Glass Floor. Challenging the culture that sees humans as objects to be owned.
This post is about some concerning graffiti. Readers I need to warn you this post may trigger an emotional response in you. I've thought long and hard about writing this and feel I must. Please don't read it OR click on the hyperlinks if you don't feel strong enough. I hope I'm worrying about nothing … Continue reading Concerning Graffiti
To say it's been a tough week is an understatement. The ramping up of what I can only call 'the campaign to make me lose everything' started to intensify last Thursday. That morning I excitedly went to see a temporary flat that a service provider, contracted by the council, offered me. I'd done my budget … Continue reading Just because I’m paranoid does not mean they’re not out to harm me!
Who do you speak for The homeless? It's just a situation lots of groups find themselves in. Women? What I speak for half of humanity?!! I don't think so! Who do I speak for The traumatised The mentally ill The vulnerable Your not traumatised! You don't act like a victim Your not … Continue reading Who Do You Speak For!!!
A garden of peace We're there tears in your eyes when you wrote it Detialed the neglect upon the page Unkempt, underweight, unwell Two lines, too many words Did the tears come when you were at home? There were tears in my eyes when I read it As the years fell away Swimming trips, hot … Continue reading To The Family Aid
Don't be a victim The taunt of the attacker Lips snarled Baying for a response Emotion to blame Eyes hungry for the kill The death of my spirit Don't be a victim You like being a victim The worker says as I beg for help Box ticking Hungry eyes Not broken enough yet We'll … Continue reading Victimhood
Its been a weird week but then weird weeks seem to of become the norm for me. However this blog has been inspired by falling into the strange Twitter world of oppressed men. Believe me it's a strange place that full of men who are extremely hard done by because nobody recognises how hard life … Continue reading Victim, Cause or Bullied Survivor?