Dave Binyon

skippy

skippy ...

head splitter

head splitter Let the record play, play, play Let the record play, and get your head knocking Check your resume ...

i'm beginning to see the light

i'm beginning to see the light I never went in for afterglow Or candlelight on the mistletoe But now when you turn the lamp down low I'm beginning to see the light ...

i wish i knew

i wish i knew “Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe.” Albert Einstein “Without music, life would be a mistake.” Friedrich Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols “Have you ever noticed how ‘What the hell’ is always the right decision to make?” Terry Johnson, Insignificance ...

standing naked

standing naked Nouela - The Sound of Silence ...

evidence of things unseen

evidence of things unseen There's a lot going on under the radar in this super-Orwellian world. But you can always put some really good music on the turntable: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBOhRpeY7gs Don Pullen - evidence of things unseen ...

fings ain't wot they used t' be

fings ain't wot they used t' be Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'be is a musical comedy about Cockney low-life characters in the 1950s, including spivs, prostitutes, teddy-boys and corrupt policemen. ...

people are strange

people are strange People are strange when you're a stranger Faces look ugly when you're alone Women seem wicked when you're unwanted Streets are uneven when you're down When you're strange Faces come out of the rain When you're strange No one remembers your name When you're strange ...

ochlophobia

ochlophobia fear of crowds ...

can't take my eyes off of you

can't take my eyes off of you Doll for Petra by Cathie Pilkington at the "Eric Gill - The Body" exhibition in the Ditchling Museum ...

i lie, ely

i lie, ely Window in the Lady Chapel, Ely Cathedral. ...

dr buck's letter

dr buck's letter I lost my temper with a friend Mocked him and treated him with rudeness And though I tried to make amends Still I miss him I walk a dark corridor Woke up one morning Doctor Buck's letter Of my own making, I walk a dark corridor Oh my heart Hoping one day a door will be ajar At least so we can recompense The betrayal of our hard won friendship In vulgar and arrogant abeyance To what was untrue underneath our parlance I open the envelope, Doctor Buck's letter Re: Welfare Benefits reports ...

he loved him madly

he loved him madly “Anyone walking into that space who doesn’t feel great emotion is incapable of feeling,” ...

free will and testament

free will and testament Given free will but within certain limitations, I cannot will myself to limitless mutations, I cannot know what I would be if I were not me, I can only guess me. So when I say that I know me, how can I know that? What kind of spider understands arachnophobia? I have my senses and my sense of having senses. Do I guide them? Or they me? The weight of dust exceeds the weight of settled objects. What can it mean, such gravity without a centre? Is there freedom to un-be? Is there freedom from will-to-be? Sheer momentum makes us act this way or that way. We just invent or just assume a motivation. I would disperse, be disconnected. Is this possible? What are soldiers without a foe? Be in the air, but not be air, be in the no air. Be on the loose, neither compacted nor suspended. Neither born nor left to die. Had I been free, I could have chosen not to be me. Demented forces push me madly round a treadmill. Demented forces push me madly round a treadmill. Let me off please, I am so tired. Let me off please, I am so very tired. Baphomet enters centre stage ...

it's all forgotten now

it's all forgotten now The last Dodo met it's end in 1662, a mere 80 years after the first dodo to see a human, fearlessly and with simple, innocent curiosity waddled up to observe the new visitors and was slaughtered where it stood. ...

cue annie lennox

cue annie lennox a whiter shade of pale ...

love

love Lennon / Ono / Matisse ...

 

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