(I seldom post poems on here these days, but I miss writing long-form poems that I don't feel fit my Instagram, so along with my reviews, I'm going to start posting more poems here so keep an eye out.) There is a name for this kind of feeling but it eludes my tongue. It is … Continue reading A Most Unnameable Thing | A Poem
As of 6pm today, I put up a photo on my Instagram (@liamxavier95) that I would be self-publishing a book late this year. Truth is I have been planning this for a long time now, working out the logistics of this, chasing down research over whether I wanted it to be traditionally published or self published, and after much deliberation and trepidation, I have set my self organised deadlines and dates, and now we are starting!
The top, I stand, Breath heavy, Legs weakened, Hands chaffed, But I do not wait, For the sores to pass, This peak has me numb, As I witness the way The clouds meet The sun meet The horizon. The way in which one breath, From my cracked lips soars across, Inspecting the land, Leaving … Continue reading ‘At These Heights’ | A Spoken Word Poem
Okay so I feel like I say this a million and one times but I'm SORRY that I've been quiet on this blog, and if I'm honest this post is also going to be quite small! I promise I'm going to start uploading a lot more onto here, but hopefully some of you will already … Continue reading Have You Seen My Poetry?…
Okay so first of all, yes, I know, I've already missed the Tuesday/Thursday timing of this weeks blogs but for good reason... sort of. Things got a bit stressful this week and my brain got a bit fuzzled so before I knew it Tuesday was over, then before I knew it again Thursday was over. So … Continue reading Poetry: The Visceral Effect and Why It Should Never Die
'Happiness was alien and fragile and Death and Prison were reaching out'
Some things happen in this life, and sometimes they can be really bloody horrible. There can be events, or people and the things they do to you, mentally or otherwise that can cause so much trauma for an unimaginable amount of time. From then on there are few paths that come from that background, there … Continue reading Do You Ever See Me? | A New Poem