Tag Archives: Poetry

Why – Prose for Thought entry #Prose4T

Written aged 14/15 in 1992. This is the first poem that will be published in my poetry book. Birds of the night, pills silhouetted against the rising colours of the day, fly home. Morning flickers first light onto the peaceful dreamers as they are withdrawn from their blue depth. Perfume of the awakening lilly fills Read More →


When will I be less tired? When will Joshua stop waking us all up several times per night When will I have the energy, and therefore the motivation to lose weight When will the dog stop stealing food When will I be on top of the housework When will I feel like I can be Read More →

Prose for thought – a bit late

Sorry I’m late on this. Its been a very busy time. Here is this week’s poem. I wrote it aged 15-16 (I’m not sure which as I just wrote 1993 on the page, not a month). I think I may have been on a bus or train when I wrote it. I hope you like Read More →

Matilda Mae Poem @Edspire #MatildaMae

Matilda Mae a Poem Written for Jenny Edspire ispired by her post Toddler Grief Dearest Baby Matilda Mae  You are so dearly missed.   Your mummy’s heart is breaking  Into lots of tiny bits  You’re brother and sister don’t understand   where their baby has gone  Why mummy & daddy can’t fetch her  and bring her back Read More →

Prose for thought #Prose4T – Too Little Sunshine, So Much Rain

Too Little Sunshine, So Much Rain 9th January 2001 Sitting on my own Thoughts rolling through my mind Looking for a peace That I never seem to find I wish I was a wave That was crashing on the beach I wish I was the light  That is just beyond my reach I wish I Read More →

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