Finally, after a long time, something inspired me to write. As before, it is the gorgeous and haunting artwork of Maja Ljunggren. Her picture of Ronette, lying in her hospital bed, sentinelled by one Joey Paulson, put me back in the place to type some words. As usual, they don’t live up to the colours […]Read more "If I Am – a haiku sequence"
I was on a school trip to RHS Wisley today and was really inspired by the great collection of plants to write something. I was going to do individual haikus about the pictures I took, but decided to just go for one thing, which I wrote on the coach back to school. Anyway, here it […]Read more "I Dream of a Garden – a poem"
There’s been so much written in the wake of Julee Cruise’s passing that I feel quite superfluous, but it’s amazing how many people are saying the same things that I’m feeling. It’s made me feel the connections that exist within this fan community more and more; I started to see the strings that connect us […]Read more "A Tribute to Julee Cruise"
Hi everyone, It has been quite a while, hasn’t it? Thankfully, inspiration is never as far away as one would think when it comes to the world of Twin Peaks. There is always someone on hand to shift your perspective and make you see things a slightly different way. Usually for me, that inspiration is […]Read more "Getting to Know You – a haiku sequence"
Hi everyone, Just a quick update on the children’s book I said I was writing. I’m over half way through it now and I’m really happy with how it’s going. In case you missed my earlier post, it is going to be a children’s picture book written in rhyming couplets. It’s a hard-boiled noir like […]Read more "Curly Kale update"
Hi everyone, I’ve been meaning to do a poem or two for ages but have struggled for inspiration. I’ve been running a poetry club for some of the kids at my school, though, and today we came up with some little bits and pieces – just a few little bits of rhyme and a couple […]Read more "Some Christmas Poems"
First poem in a while. I took a walk today into the Surrey countryside. My walk to me to a place of legend with a tale of evil attached. I made up some haiku about it. Weathered cross of stone Mile marker on the frontier No ills may ride out Of this depression lush green […]Read more "The Devil’s Punchbowl – a poem"
Hi everyone, I did a haiku (well 3 actually) for Twin Peaks Day. Enjoy… RichardRead more "What the Haiku – Happy Twin Peaks Day Special"
Hi everyone, This is my first Twin Peaks poem for quite some time. I had a little fun imagining the possibilities that were brought up on Cameron’s podcast the other day. Wisteria could be anything and I welcome whatever it is. Unfortunately, I couldn’t help myself from wandering into the universe of Twin Peaks, especially […]Read more "Wisteria – A #whatthehaiku Special"
I learned something new during Black History Month. I came across a podcast on YouTube about ancient civilisations. One of the episodes was about the empire of Songhai. I had never heard of this before and was intrigued to find out about it. Two and a half hours later, I had learned all about the […]Read more "The Golden Caravan – a poem"