Take, Take, Take – A Poem By Gina Harrison

We take oils and gases what a fucked up mistake Earth cries out in the form of a fatal earthquake The planet She is hollow we have drained her of blood Raped her body with drills and drowned her in mud Earth weakens each day from Her small-minded residents Like the deadly ambitions of our… Continue reading Take, Take, Take – A Poem By Gina Harrison

Christmas on the Other Side: Living on the Streets

What if warmth was a foreign concept, food was a rare find, and shelter was a distant memory? What if you were homeless and what if it wasn’t your fault? With the holidays fast approaching and families gathering I thought I ought to get twitchy on the laptop and write my final blog of 2016.… Continue reading Christmas on the Other Side: Living on the Streets

Be A Human Being #refugeeswelcome

I have to admit, that until earlier today, I didn’t know as much as I should have about the refugee crisis. I owned up to this and watched some documentaries so I was up to date on the catastrophe and able to picture and feel what fellow humans are going through at this very minute… Continue reading Be A Human Being #refugeeswelcome

The Power of the Trees: Are Our Woodlands Conscious?

Ancient, regal trees that tower above us providing an energetic form of protection have always fascinated me. As a regular tree hugger I have an indigenous view of our ancient leafy ancestors and cling to the idea of the Avatar dream being a reality. Scientists have acknowledged that plants can communicate, protect themselves, and can… Continue reading The Power of the Trees: Are Our Woodlands Conscious?

The ARTS: How Does Society View Musicians, Writers & Artists?

By a writer who grew up in the city, had the career, the house, the stilettos, and then transplanted herself to a remote field in North Cornwall and became a happy little Housekeeper. I became compelled to write this blog after a friend of mine was shot down for choosing a simple life by a… Continue reading The ARTS: How Does Society View Musicians, Writers & Artists?

‘Opposites Attract’: A Little (Non-Cheesy) Anecdote

So I’ve decided to drop all distractions in life and really focus on beginning a journey into the world of Writing for Children. I am really fortunate that I live in the alluring adventure playground of North Cornwall. It has forces in place that make you remain a child forever. You just can’t fight it.… Continue reading ‘Opposites Attract’: A Little (Non-Cheesy) Anecdote