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Smelly Dog

Smelly Dog

Photo by Charles 🇵🇭 on  Unsplash You are a man’s best friend, You also stink to no end, I waste my money, Giving you toys’ that taste like honey Where will this ridiculousness end? You roll in poo, So you smell like “wee yoo ” It’s not funny, I’m running out of money, To spend on your smelly end. Incredibly clever , but eats shoes whenever, Spitting them up, what a mucky mutt, Raise you from a puppy, It’s the reason you're so lucky, You bossy thing, Stop whining. Food on a plate is a challenge to some, But for you, it is just a bowl full of fun I never meant to love you this much, You're lucky you're more than a mutt. Bent on destruction, The only thing stopping you is something with suction, Complaining all the time, You know I love to whine But you take a whole other direction.

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Costume of life

Costume of life

We all wear faces, We all wear masks, Some of us viewed as a verse, Whether they see us as weak or see us as strong, Our outfits do no wrong. Protection is a direction that we all take, For many, this outfit comes with a cape, A cape is strong, a cape is weak, but it protects what’s underneath. October is the time we may all seek, To show what persona we want to be at our peak, This is not wrong, this is not right, The world we see is more than a fright. The 31st is one of these dates, No one else will ever create, We dream of witches; We dream of wizards, We get a glimpse into what life isn't. We'll hide behind masks, It doesn't matter your name, What you do, or even your fame We look at those that we cherish, And wonder what hides under that blemish. Is it pain or anger that we all share, That hides our very despair, Under these costumes, we do not fright, For their not living, they’re our lives. I hope this poem has brought yo

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The Cake Shop - Story time with Charlie

The Cake Shop - Story time with Charlie

Photo by Kelly Neil on  Unsplash A steel door closes behind the young man as he whimpers to himself. ‘I was never meant to be here,’ As he looks around the cold freezer, he realises that his capturers own a cake shop. He looks for more cues, that will, hopefully, tell him more about the reason he has they have taken him. The cakes are all freshly made, apart from one. On a shimmering metal stand, with mesh to support the cakes adored it, he found a cue. The cake was in a box, a box that had a name on it. “The velvet dome”. He knew where he was; He was in Piccadilly Circus. He had been into this cake shop before. A kind Japanese lady worked behind the counter, and he always remembered the smell of freshly made icing. He didn’t know how long he would be there, fear that it could take days for him to see sunlight again. His thoughts turned to who his capturers could be. Was the lovely Japanese lady actually not so lovely. Was she the one that had put him here, and if so, why? His thou

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How the internet affects your identity

How the internet affects your identity

The internet. We mostly live in it. We wake up, check our Facebook profile or Instagram page, and as we turn over, we see our loved one doing the same. We go to work where most of us will be glued to a screen for most of the day while checking our device. Even things you didn’t know was a social media experience are now. So what do you mean the internet affect my identity? I hear you say. Well, dear reader let me explain. See your social media is fragmenting the way you imagine yourself. For example, all the cool young kids are on Instagram, so there you’ll want to be received as young and on-trend. Whereas on Facebook you have all your work colleagues and there you can’t be posting drunk selfies of yourself holding that kebab on the toilet at 5 am. It’s a hilarious picture, but you don’t feel that your boss and aunt Jean would feel the same. That is where you are splitting yourself, and this is where your consumer identity comes into play. See Facebook knows you, knows

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