Tag: London

A Mixed Bag of British

Satirical Snapshots Bringing You Whimsy On A Wednesday Four weeks late, dreadfully tardy and woefully lacking in whimsical tales. WELL I WAS BUSY. I thought about you all but I had lots of things to do. It’s very difficult being a superhero come spy come entrepreneur and sometimes I have to sacrifice my whimsy to […]

Pins and Needles

Paul is homeless.  I saw him sitting at this fence just before Camden market, where the world opens up into a funky, edgy, retro heaven.  A place full of vision where old school meets the now.  Eclectic.   He was drinking a can of lager and cheering on the young musician nearby who was singing […]

Centenary At Tower Bridge

  “Blood swept lands and seas of red” Tommy’s dead, he is no more, The Telegram delivered to the door. Left with fading memories to store Of lifeless friends, limp on the floor In a heap of bloody, pointless gore. Inhumanity of reckless law; Push the enemy back some more! ‘Til the reddest rivers bleed […]