Lazy Saturday

London is in lockdown. As a result, there isn’t much to do on the weekends. I went for an awfully long walk yesterday evening and when I got home I was absolutely knackered. I was outside for ages that my hands had frozen along with my toes. I woke up very late today nearing noon … More Lazy Saturday


“I need you,” Angela sobbed. “You don’t. You’re better off without me.” “I need you to survive.” “Oh, stop being so goddamn dramatic Angela,” Adam snapped. Adam’s eyes darted around the cafe they were sat in. Although it was a fairly spacious cafe, it felt too small with the stuffy men and women in their … More Survive


Catapult Altab Ali, a young Bangladeshi man, was murdered on the 4th of May 1978 whilst walking home from work through East London in a racially motivated killing. He had been murdered by three teenagers who had chased him down Bricklane and stabbed him to death near Aldgate station. His murderers did not know him, … More Catapult


Friendship: the emotions or conduct of friends; the state of being friends. I think it’s fair to say that we have all experienced friendship at some point in our lives –some more than others and some lasting longer than others. But it hurts when your best friend is suddenly someone else’s best friend. I knew … More Friendship


Farce Wow, I can’t lie I feel pretty damn stupid because I don’t know what farce means. I have heard of the word several of times but I have never used it. A quick Google search tells me that the definition of farce is ‘a comic dramatic work using buffoonery and horseplay and typically including … More Farce