“Memento Mori” - remember that you will die. I have the phrase tattooed above a depiction of a skeleton lying on his grave toasting a drink with the devil. The symbolism behind this is for us to embrace our mortality. The skeleton represents us and naturally the devil is the embodiment of death. Toasting a … Continue reading Memento Mori
The caves were marvelous. Mysterious. Breathtaking. Unbeknownst to most of the world, the small town of Chinoyi boasted what should be regarded, as one of the wonders of the world. The still pools of Chinoyi Caves are something not seen in any other place. The shade of blue taken on by the water is indescribable, … Continue reading The Caves
She could see his shadow hovering outside of her door. She held her breath and peeped out from under the blanket and stared at the shadow outside her bedroom door. He stood there, lingering, not moving. Her heavy curtains let in no light from the moon or stars. Submerged in darkness, she fixated on the … Continue reading Innocence Lost
The railway line was always down whenever they traveled. It just seemed to happen. Disruptions that required them to wait for hours on end for the service to resume. Or if they were lucky, until a bus service took the place of the dilapidated trains.