GO OFF (or GO IN OFF) THE DEEP END (informal) This expression refers to the deep end of a swimming pool...in the USA, the phrase has also developed the meaning ‘go mad’, but in either sense the underlying idea is of a sudden explosive loss of self-control.
I've always had a love-hate relationship with my hometown. I've always dreamed of "getting out", like many young people do when they grow up in small, rural towns.
Ashes - a poem to tide you wonderful folks over until I finish writing my next post.
Today is my 35th birthday and I find that the ancestors are on my mind...
A poem about someone very special from the past. Nonfiction.