From a firestorm came the monkey. With its tail flicking embers of its burnt-out womb into your eyes. It reaches behind its buttocks and prepares itself to throw its feces at you. It smacks you on the chest as hard as a solid gold brick. you pick it up and covet the shit and put … Continue reading From a firestorm came the monkey
Grinning with satisfaction The easel is empty, holding up air Growling with ambition. The palletes paint has dried. Its up on the wall you see, your fondness of life. Up there with the joys of laughter and moments of serenity. It sticks out because it's the last thing you painted and you used bold colours, … Continue reading Playing
A dull morning, the sun, like always, was covered by smog and acid rain clouds, “you wouldn’t know it was there if you were born yesterday” Jacobs’ would always say. You wouldn’t know anything if you were born yesterday, Michael thought, At least that was his general impression from all the newborns he has ever … Continue reading Chonza- Chapter 1: Crisis
As we speak, the Western Australian government is drafting a new bill to make Workers Compensation a more accessible law. Delivering on an election commitment, the McGowan government looks to utilise public consultation to modernise workers compensation in Western Australia. It looks like this bill will be introduced into parliament by the end of 2018, … Continue reading Modernising Workers Compensation in WA
I apologise for the improper format, It is hard to copy and paste a script from PDF. Season One, Episode One: Rodney By Max Larkin SCENE ONE: 1 EXT. TOWN (TBA)/ DAY- Old mining town pretty much dead empty. A mediocre folk band is rehearsing in a garage. (INTRODUCTION OF CHARACTER MONTAGE) 2 INT. DINGY … Continue reading Folk Bands Acolytes- Episode 1
we are all I’m not where you are. I have not felt your pain thus not in a position to comfort or withdraw support. The world is an oyster, that was left on the rock too long. The world is dripping out pus and misery, barrel & stock. flock, stock, stocktake, take the numbers down. … Continue reading Indifference, like a poem.
As stomachs rumble over the east, and eye sockets shrink so eyeballs stare While the lungs have taken in all the air and are refusing to breathe out. As shoulders have forgotten how to twist, and hands have gotten so large they grip hell While ice fills the mouths of the forgotten, turning into water … Continue reading H, S, K & T
I'm writing, I'm writing I'm writhing I'm driving I'm flying I'm sighing I'm tying, up all the loose ends to make a knot which sits inside my stomach for days when Im too nervous to speak or stand or swim out of this crevasse that I have jmped into. I'm drying off the sweat that … Continue reading
It's bleeding, It's ready, It's going to give birth if it can help it. It will suck all the people up inside it and produce something special, a blessing, a gift. Bring it to the now and we have this special little something that we can call home Give it something special and it will … Continue reading For the Town is on Heat.
“Alright, let’s go,” the man said to his little pup, and they walked out of the yard and onto the sidewalk. It was getting dark, but the man thought he’d be back in time and you don’t need sunlight to walk your dog. He was proud of how the dog was walking beside him … Continue reading Walking with Sprites