Poetry

I write poetry occasionally, not as a discipline, but often to explore a thought. Links to each poem are here.

The One that I Love – about love and the fear of loss

Skipping Rhyme for Today – an LGBT skipping rhyme for a modern playground

By choice – a nun fell to her death from the cliffs close to where I live

Alone – inspired by the problems of Aspergers

No Point – written in the depths of depression

You Left – whatever the cause, when you’re s left alone, it can hurt

Adoption – a child I held was given up for adoption, I never saw her again

Miss Chatham – a reflection on age and special companionship

You Are What You Eat – how I hate diets

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