Author Archives: Frank

About Frank

A Sci-Fi & Fantasy author and lyrical poet with a mild obsession for vampires, succubi, goddesses and Supergirl.

Ma in Spagna son gia mille e tre

The monster in office will never repent The news may be damning but all of it’s FAKE The rights of others he’ll give up for lent He’ll sacrifice all – that he cannot take See how the monster craves to … Continue reading

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Who educates the educators?

Children as young as ten are being asked … whether they feel “comfortable in their gender.” The survey, distributed to schools by the Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust, asks (amongst a number of questions on other serious issues) children to … Continue reading

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More fun with fractals

It’s been a while since I last posted fractal images… In retrospect, it was obvious the Mandelbrot set would rotate into a circle. After all, I knew from the start that there was no point rotating it about the real … Continue reading

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Rise of the Robots

Today is the fifth and final haiku on the theme of monsters: such efficiency. Freya says, “I don’t know if Frank’s intention was to write about war, but this is what this haiku made me think.” Which is interesting, because … Continue reading

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The Feather of Alt-Truth

In these enlightened days of alt-facts, the feather of alt-truth weighs heavy indeed. The scales of justice are wonkier than willy and the gate to the alt-erlife is flung wide and guarded by the ultra-rich. Like the Catholic church of … Continue reading

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These words

The third of my five monstrous haiku is no voice but these words. Freya says, “I enjoyed this one because it made me think – is this the vampire speaking? or the victim?” I suppose it’s inevitable that a haiku … Continue reading

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till it misses

How the blood lingers as it runs Following a tickling trickling trail Laid by impatient kisses How her heart hammers – Even as it weakens it fights With passion! till it misses… Such beauty in death, a rose Beyond the … Continue reading

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