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Traditional Flamenco to Fusion & Modern music

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A little catch up with Eli x

If you are wondering where you can find more work from me and where I post more regularly you can follow me on Instagram. I post short quotes, short poems and even feature collaborations with other writers and Photographers from all over the world. I am excited for what is to come in the next … Continue reading A little catch up with Eli x

I’ve Got Something Up My Nose!

I've got something up my nose!  It is the wonderful sound of kids playing, the warm breeze of summers finale, I can see beautiful plants and blue skies. I can smell, but I am not sneezing. I can see, but my eyes do not itch. I can live, without the irritation of hayfever! No tablets, No … Continue reading I’ve Got Something Up My Nose!

A-Z Of All I’ve Met

A - Annabel B - Brenda C - Chris (Whoever you wish this to be) D - Davinia E - Elijah F - Francisca (She has the same name as me) G - Greta H - Hanson ( A path I feel privileged to explore) I - Isaac J - Joseph (My brother who gave … Continue reading A-Z Of All I’ve Met

Options by Eli Oko

We have so many options! Up to us which one we choose We know what we have to gain Crystal clear what we could lose Honestly, sometimes I hate the options I sit and struggle picking one I wish that one was picked for me I would have to settle, job done. I think we have too many options And now … Continue reading Options by Eli Oko

“Written Today, Heard Tomorrow” Extract by Eli Oko

  • hands • We are the hands clasped tight The palms open wide We are the veins pumping The words flowing through them We are the distilled emotions As if fingers running through a tangeled skull Untwisting knots in thoughts that are dull We are the hands That carried weight When even your heart … Continue reading “Written Today, Heard Tomorrow” Extract by Eli Oko

Learning to ride a bike by Eli Oko

Don't let go of me  I kept repeating the words in my mind  Because all I could imagine was being left alone  To experience without training  To have support and then none at all  I didn't want to imagine noone beside me  I kept my eyes focused on my destination just like you suggested  But … Continue reading Learning to ride a bike by Eli Oko

Colourful Decades by Eli Oko

 He thinks he knows me  He thinks he truly understands how my mind works  How reality is from my perspective  But he will never know I cry from my heart.  The veins behind my eyes burst before they even water And the colour of my eyes change  I see red when I peer into my … Continue reading Colourful Decades by Eli Oko