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Snapshot #Iwokeuplikethis

Seeing pictures on instagram of perfect hipsters with the perfect man, strolling through streams with perfectly manicured feet, I'm inspired to snap...
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Counting down

The sun shines. I wait for death to come, to claim a life gone too soon. She lays still in her borrowed bed, soft breeze strokes slumbering head...
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Wish you were here

Wish you were here Cottage by the sea an old farm house converted. Stone, little plants growing, peeking out between the cracks. Quiet... The only...
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Mum's the word

Written for a performance with the theme "Insprired by Sylvia Plath". After reading Sylvia Plaths poem "Cut", I tried to adopt a similarly blunt, short style using metaphors to give pictures to my emotions. In this case, I'm constantly on the cusp of calling out for my mum in the shops, like she is in another aisle or something. Sometimes the urge is so strong I think I might, except I can't afford to be taken to the mad house yet, lol.
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Boldly a Woman

Poem in honour of International Women's Day - today. In memory of Bee who was the epitome of this poem and my inspiration.

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47 of my comments have received 47 Great Feedback votes

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This is so beautiful and so

Posted on Fri, 12 Jun 2015

This is so beautiful and so real. I'm there - they are my neighbours.

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Posted in The Birds and the Bees

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Just a name change? The poem

Posted on Mon, 08 Jun 2015

Just a name change? The poem is lovely. Very moving which is why I commented twice on it. It was worth a second comment. 

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The ocean is an awe inspiring

Posted on Thu, 04 Jun 2015

The ocean is an awe inspiring sight captured beautifully buy this powerful poem.

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Posted in 'Loyalty'

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Brilliant poem - well worthy

Posted on Thu, 23 Apr 2015

Brilliant poem - well worthy to be picked just like the blackberries. 

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Posted in Fear of Wasps

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Really good imagery. Love the

Posted on Mon, 01 Jun 2015

Really good imagery. Love the twists and flow of the poem to match the flight of the hunters.

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Posted in Night Moves...

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I think the title of your

Posted on Wed, 27 May 2015

I think the title of your poem sums up your poem very nicely. 

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Posted in Mind Games

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This is very sad and poignant

Posted on Wed, 27 May 2015

This is very sad and poignant. I can understand the feeling here and the way you have summed things up in that protective role reversal. 

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Posted in Journeys

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Powerful

Posted on Mon, 18 May 2015

This is a very powerful poem. I don't have much more to say about that. 

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Posted in The Waiting Room

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That is a very good summary

Posted on Tue, 26 May 2015

That is a very good summary of the story - it could easily be a children's book it's so simple.

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Posted in 40 Days and 40 Nights

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I really like the graceful

Posted on Tue, 26 May 2015

I really like the graceful swooping rhythm of this poem. I feel the flight of the birds and the breeze and the freedom of flight. 

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Posted in Coastal Path (3) – birds

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