The Cobbler that had no Sole

My grandmother once told me a story about a wealthy shoe cobbler. She told me that,Everyday a cobbler worked and slaved and was a slave to work. Everyday working to get paid but see the cobbler was the owner of the shop and he was wealthy. So she asked each time she told me theContinue reading “The Cobbler that had no Sole”

Seasonally Dancing

Winter   Spring   Summer   Fall   Talking, eight different photos, four different seasons and thoughts and a general understanding of each other. Above all laughter, lightness and dancing, TPJ x

194 Days to Go – Arthur’s Journey

194 Days to Go Arthur’s Journey I can’t believe how fast time is moving at the moment. Here’s the latest instalment of Arthur’s Road to Rio. It includes a trip to Hungary, some sharpened blades, an Irish Times spread and a sneaky, adventurous passport. Love it! We are getting more and more excited here –Continue reading “194 Days to Go – Arthur’s Journey”

The Enchantment

The Enchantment . . . that lies hidden in Cape Town’s mountain ranges. Deep into the mountains there lies a hidden piece of heaven on earth. Crystal clear waters stretch out before me, surrounded by luscious green bush, accommodating jubilant bird life. Observing this enchanting scenery, my mind is cleared from all negativity and aContinue reading “The Enchantment”

I shall let him Adorn Me

I Shall Let Him Adorn Me By Faria I shall let him adorn me… Let his fingertips paint me, mould me, shape me and create me…Form me into this beautiful depiction stemming from the fragments of his mind. I shall allow him entry, with no hesitation for I am a wandering entity. I shall embraceContinue reading “I shall let him Adorn Me”

Take Something Windy

Windbreaker There’s a glass between me and the open sea. I find myself standing, holding on- the wind is to strong. My thoughts banging from left to right but actually I’m just standing here drinking enjoying the night If I could open up the glass to let go of my thoughts in a wood IContinue reading “Take Something Windy”