Break point

When Marceline entered the kitchen with mud caked down the front of her new white dress and face, Mum flipped her lid. Actually, that’s an understatement. Just moments before, she’d been bustling around the kitchen fixing tea for us kids and nagging me about my homework, while I sat perched at the bench making a … More Break point

Odyssey – Homer

I’ve roamed back into the realm of classic literature to read Homer’s epic poem Odyssey. It’s a strange, jolting read, because it was written (probably) in about 700 BC, in another language, as poem, with music probably instead to accompany it. To a modern reader it’s strange, but still interesting. The story is of Odysseus’ 20 … More Odyssey – Homer