An Operation of Promise

An operation of Promise

Mechanically managed

A mighty whale

It oozes

Lying on the beach

We sit together


Death sits between us


We move in sync


All smiles and teeth

Death sits behind your eyes

The hearth is cold

Though timber is abundant

No kindling is near

Death sits between us

All health and good cheer

4 thoughts on “An Operation of Promise

  1. My partner and I absolutely love your blog and find a lot of your post’s to be just what I’m looking
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    I wouldn’t mind composing a post or elaborating on a lot of the subjects you write about here.
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    1. Hi Alex, thank you so much!
      I’ve never considered it, I’d have to think about how to do that… actually I think it cold be really cool. a great Idea! I really love engagement with my audience! I find it inspiring! I’d love to hear about how people are feeling and reacting. That would be simply amazing! maybe I will have to ask someone about it….I’ll definitely be thinking about how to set it out….hmmmm ….. amazing idea! I’d definitely welcome a post or comment or elaboration from you. Would love to hear your thoughts.


  2. You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but
    I find this topic to be really something which I think I would never understand.
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    1. Hi there Justin,
      Thank you for the comment, It’s all good if you don’t understand, sometimes the full meaning can be a little cryptic. But the best way to help you navigate what I am writing about, is to consider what the narrative is saying about connections to people and emotional processing, I use a lot of nature and the physical world to describe emotions and relationships. People can be represented by animals, feelings by sensations and experiences of nature, the cold, the heat, if you can visualise an image that ive written about and then try to attach an emotion or relationship that could look similar to it, then it should suddenly make more sense. That is basically all I am doing. if you don’t connect to something it may just be it’s not relevant to your life. I write intuitively, and I write to explain what I am emotioning through. Sometimes it can be political, mostly it’s relational. If something doesn’t make sense to you, I’d be happy to discuss, explain what I’m saying.
      I checked out your website, seems great. Educational, has a lovely warm vibe, easy to navigate, easy on the eye to read. Looks awesome.


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