Monthly Archives: April 2013

A Year In The Life: A Poem

Sunshine Languid heat, lethargy, nylon before lycra shiny in the brightness A paddling pool with dirt and grass floating Children leaping over and under A muddy sodden patch on a shared lawn Tears before bedtime, overwrought Too hot with windows opened … Continue reading

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70s, 80s, 90s, Now.

1985-I’m 10, double figures, it’s a big deal. For my birthday I get pencils, paper, chalks, I’m ecstatic, I don’t get gifts except on birthdays and even at 10 I know I’m fortunate to have got anything at all. Another … Continue reading

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A Little Thing You Didn’t Know About Me.

I write often about my life experiences-I do this because I want to make a difference,  my job isn’t earth shattering,  my reach isn’t far but I know how to communicate and I know how to listen. I hope that … Continue reading

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Once Upon A Time

Once upon a time there was a little girl, and another and another and many, many more. some were of colour, some were white, some were once viewed as little boys, but knew they were really little girls, they knew this … Continue reading

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