Archive for June, 2020


Let’s say you’ve been working on this novel. OK, let’s be honest – you worked really hard on this novel for about six months, then life, and your real job, got in the way, and the novel said “that’s alright, I’ll wait for you”. And a month’s pause became three months and then six months […]

June 16, 2020 · Harry · No Comments
Posted in: Writing

We Had A Dream

Shining city on a hillDamn we let that one slideIn the fading sparkle of a thousand points of lightWe didn’t keep hope aliveWe killed it and threw it off the bridgeto the twenty-first centuryFear is our constant companionAn abusive loverThat tells us not to dreamWe could have done betterWe chose to do worseBut once we […]

June 16, 2020 · Harry · No Comments
Posted in: Poetry