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Sean Urquhart
Sean Urquhart
A versatile writer, who has covered everything from whisky copy to poetry and critical review.


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Jan. 30, 2017 10:05 am
I could've been dancing, Spinning wildly, Letting go and being in the moment. Instead I let that urban Scots inhibition Writ large in neon, Rule with its odd mixture Of sarcasm and sadism And hidden tenderness. I could've been dancing, Just like I once did in Orford Road, With Jennie, In the first giddy, ecstatic flash, Those Spring leaps of faith And love. I could've been dancing...  Read More
Jan. 29, 2017 3:18 pm
THE GREAT DIVIDER Past...future...tense... Failure to communicate... The death of the senses... The long, dark night of the senses... And then... ...The long, dark night of the soul... ...Which is where one finds the essence... The Real... Is The Real actual? ...These deaf, dumbed-down and blindsided kids... Eyeshades on... Atomised carriers of disease. Aware and yet...  Read More
Jan. 12, 2017 2:27 pm
The unending flashbacks, Rage; usually directed towards the self, Most days paralysed, Fearful of what lies within. The average day of a survivor. Sleep only brings embedded reminders to life, Even my subconscious taunts me, Brings to bear the reality. The one I cannot erase.  Read More
Jan. 4, 2017 10:37 am
The grey hiatus if not quite at an end has yielded, Light filters in through the cracks in the human armour. Time no longer more mocks with its insistence, Its background nagging as it passes. I am ageing as is everyone. Being grateful for the waking, The ability to breathe, Is not underrated, Though I battle with the self every day, In a Pierrot versus Harlequin pas de deux. The hard...  Read More
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