Tag Archives: poems

25th May 2012

An Indiscriminate Moonlight Being a bit short of blogability time this week, I thought I’d post one of my poems, and a picture of me in my new funky writing specs… just because they’re new and they’re funky (aubergine with turquoise … Continue reading

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9th March

Girl with red hair There’s a kind of dichotomy, I think, between writing that takes on a fantastical element, and writing that is gritty and very real.  Some writers will say they write to escape, submerged in their own world.  Others, … Continue reading

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13th January

Let me tell you about gates… Last year, I was lucky enough to attend a poetry writing workshop hosted by Derbyshire County Council.  They do quite a lot of these types of workshops – always enjoyable and a great opportunity to meet … Continue reading

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9th December

Taking the plunge I’ve thought quite a lot about how I became a writer, because it wasn’t something I aspired to be for a long time.  I had quite a lot of jobs, not loads, but a few.  After leaving school, … Continue reading

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28th November

MOJO In a break from my normal Friday blogette… a bit of a spontaneous five minute poem, prompted by that post being unwell, and looking after other unwell ones,  feeling, where the old mojo appears to have gone walk about, and also sparked … Continue reading

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