They say that most people die in the summer, those that choose to. They do this because they cannot withstand the contrast between their own lives and the colourful lives of those around them.
'The... More > Sadness' is full of conflicts, full of contrasts.
Perceptions about the future...dreams of what would be. Of what will be.
This series draws heavily on the mind - body relationship. What the eyes process into the mind, and hence, where reality lies...the mind or the external world. Hume, Moore, and Descartes owe us a huge apology for beating the hornet's nest of what is and what is not.< Less
A look at the drinking culture and the nutters of the town of Barry, near Cardiff, a place once known as the "Wild West of Wales". Chapters include a guide to Barrytalk, How to be a Barry... More > Bully, Best pubs for a hiding, a Barry Chrimbo poem or two, and loads of photos and stories of all the headers. The perfect stocking filler.< Less
Hooray! This is the first SAD FACE the cat book. In it you will find fifty of the first SAD FACE the cat illustrations, including such favourites as CAKE, CATURDAY, and FAKING IT.
SAD FACE the cat... More > is a mixed media illustration exploring the things in life that make us happy, the things that make us love, and the things that make us sad.
SAD FACE the cat illustrations are sometimes poignant and often-times bitter sweet. Mostly they are very cute, and are enjoyed world-wide by cat lovers and depressives alike.
Depressed cat lovers win out overwhelmingly.< Less
Sad Poems reflect on the darker side of life. These expertly crafted verses cut to the poignant truths of love, loss, hope, fear, desire, struggle and other human conditions. Written during my brief... More > downtime at work, they stink like the smell of a sister who has died after many years of painful and hopeless cancer. They are a cautionary tale. They are both a guide and the unbeaten path. Live with them, let them dissolve.
Unlike a lot of sad poetry, these were purposefully written to be bad. And that is good.< Less
For all of my adult life, I have experienced sadness through the mind of clinical depression, a very real, very serious psychological disorder (disease) that manifests itself to the outer world only... More > in behavior. What I had perceived as sadness is not what is commonly perceived as sadness, and I had no idea that this was so, until a recent change in my medication was introduced. This essay attempts to describe what my perception of sadness was, what I assume may be sadness as perceived by others who suffer from this dreadful disease, and what I know it now to be.< Less