• Poem About America

    Freedom & Justice.

    Recently, I've been wondering whether everything negative we read or watch about the US is a testament to its true colours or simply a blip in its continued dominance on the world stage. My poem

  • rhythm & ghosts.

    So he had a ghostwriter? What's next? A freaking ghostliver? While you're at it, add to that a ghosteater. A ghostsleeper. A

  • XYZ.

    A Metaphorical Poem About Life And...it's here. A future. Agile? I was not enough to be. Black in it's entirety. A new beginning and a new me. Clockwork. As though a plan hatched by some supreme

  • Humanising Refugee Research

    Workshop @ University of Oxford School of Geography and the Environment Friday, 9th November 2018 1. Poem: Yousif M. Qasmiyeh Audio Refugees are dialectical beings. Only refugees can forever

  • Rare.

    I want a beautiful ring from you. With rare stones and diamond encrusted too. Are flowers too much to ask? Or maybe just chocolates, 'cos I might be moving too

  • transpennine

    Low Fuel..

    Any documentation of my Ph.D. journey that doesn't include the struggle with trains between Leeds and Huddersfield would be grossly uncharacteristic. Even though such an announcement rarely

  • Protected: The Intervention.

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  • Entonox.

    A Short Story about My First Experience of the NHS Minor Injuries Unit. Lost in the fog. That's how I felt with each breath of this substance. I was told that after a few intakes, it would relax me.

  • tottering

    Tottering..

    Tottering. Tottering. Tottering on the brink of illiteracy, was a man once known, for his intellectual proficiency. For brilliant no more he was, as those days were long

  • plant growing

    Ephemeral

    Plant effortlessly emerging from the sweltering tarmac beneath my feet*. *Am I trying too hard with this caption?  Sorcery. On my walk home one day, I see a small plant before me. Its

  • monologues about love

    360º

    "Thank you for loving me... A series of monologues. Just the way I am. You don't need to thank me. I do though. In all my hardness, and excessiveness, you have accepted me. And made me

  • analysis in storytelling

    Stories & Theories.

    Stories Currently, I'm reading chapter 8 in The Ethnographic I. It constantly astounds me how well the book is structured. How is it that someone can write a textbook using conversations in a