Posts Tagged ‘Shenny’
By Shenny Pieries, 1 February 2013
There’s the transcendent sense of tenderness you feel toward a person who sparks your interest. There’s the sublime feeling of relief and reward when that interest is returned. There are the flowers you buy and the poetry you write and the impulsive trip you make to the other side of the world just so you can spend 48 hours in the presence of a person who’s far away.
By Shenny Pieries, 4 Jan 2013
On Saturday, November 17th the Winchester School hosted one of the most exhilarating, awe-inspiring and mind-blowing event in Winchester history.
Shennin Pieries, 29 September 2012
She sat there idly in the corner of a bleak hospital waiting room. The walls were tinted a faded hue of grey and lime green. The florescent lights above her buzzed aggravatingly and flickered every two minutes.
Shennin Pieries, 28 October 2011
Lucy sat at the corner booth of the diner, having her usual: pancakes and honey with whipped cream on the side, topped with a single strawberry.
Shennin Pieries, 21 Oct 2011
I sat in my dusty, antiquated attic. It had a single window illuminating the room, and had a deep, rich smell of lost history and hidden knowledge. It was then that I stumbled upon a box.
Shenin Pieries 31 March ’11
The gentle breeze of the wind, the salty scent of the serene ocean caressing our toes and the tranquil sounds of the rolling waves filled me up with this perfect moment.
Shennin Pieries 5th Feb ’11
His eyes finally took shape. The look in them was almost inhuman. Half determined, half tentative and very alluring – all trouble.