Monday, August 22, 2016

Nylon Life - Poetry by Sam Freek

 Nylon Life

Have you seen the scale of it
Hitchhiking on this earth like I own it
Worn out but find the energy
It works for me why not for you
Your nylon life full of joy

This itch reminds me of you
Downpour stopped and then laughter
Acknowledging my own company
The joke was half price
I stared up at the big grey towers

The decaying door was an experiment
But a clouded head controlled your limits
Desperate for entertainment
With a barrage of stored fusion
It was meant to look how it did

Author: Sam Freek

Pull - Urban Photography by Sam Freek


urban photography, urban decay, 1970s buildings, door sign, contemporary, city life, urban photo, Sam Freek,
Pull - Urban Photography by Sam Freek

Author: Sam Freek

Four Black Squares - Urban Photography By Sam Freek


abstract, urban, urban photography, urban decay, yellow, urban art, Sam Freek, contemporary photo, modern,
Four Black Squares - Urban Photography by Sam Freek

Author: Sam Freek

Brutalist Car Park - Urban Photography by Sam Freek


brutalist, British Brutalism, car park, urban photography, architecture, black and white, photography, abstract, Sam Freek,
Brutalist Car Park - Urban Photography by Sam Freek

Author: Sam Freek