The Dust Diaries

Occasional musician and writer, happily dwelling in self – imposed obscurity

The Dust Diaries

SONG FOR HER Be my lozenge My pollution Be my problems My solutions Be my burden Suspended by balloons Be my taxi That arrives too soon Be my ocean Always waving B & Q Crazy paving Be my ache My constant sorrow My reason to lie in late tomorrow Be the smile that lights this … Continue reading »

Categories: The Dust Diaries | Tags: , , | Leave a comment

The Dust Diaries

Is this how it works? Back once again in the bar, testing out the new keyboard. All good for the aspiring author that wishes to ‘write on the move’. Like the last, this one pairs with my phone via Bluetooth and saves it all to some electric cloud somewhere so that I can work on … Continue reading »

Categories: The Dust Diaries | Leave a comment

The Dust Diaries

He said she said they said we said – that’s all this shit is, when you work behind a bar. One never ending flow of grown up children pointing figures at others and expecting everyone around ‘em to give a shit. Politics, music, Facebook… fuck ‘em all, what the hell is so remarkable? All I … Continue reading »

Categories: The Dust Diaries | Leave a comment

The Dust Diaries

Friday 25th August 2017 10.37 am …And it’s the Friday before a bank holiday Monday and that Monday is the 28th, so the fuckers have paid me today, four days early, and my treasure chest is FULL. And I paid the rent yesterday, and my treasure chest is FULL. And the council tax hotline has … Continue reading »

Categories: The Dust Diaries | Leave a comment

The Dust Diaries

Thursday Nov 17th 2016-11-17 … and they all sat around and watched. And the things they watched nightly were simply reflections that reminded them of themselves. Canned laughter sitcoms about the imperfect American family, all white gleaming teeth and fewer jokes than Schindlers List. Mismatched detectives, apocalypse survivors. Cussing cartoons and stained superheroes. All of … Continue reading »

Categories: The Dust Diaries | Tags: , | Leave a comment
Theme created by Contexture International, adapted by Suzi.