25 January 2011 ~ 6 Comments

To Sleep Perchance to Sleep Some More or How to Sleep and Still Wake up Tired

Today, I’m writing a poem about tiredness. As many of you know from my recent article, I recently went off the birth control pill (after being on it for 15 years), which really tends to throw your hormones out of whack, causing symptoms such as temporary exhaustion and it can take between three and six […]






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13 December 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Me and Them

No money. No choice. No escape. No voice Anger surrounds me They don’t understand My whole future seems out of my hands Criticism. Harsh words. Protests unheard Life seems quite pointless It’s all so absurd I hate myself They hate me too There’s nothing to live for Except to be blue Just want to fly […]






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13 December 2010 ~ 0 Comments

The Bridge between Youth and Adulthood

I suspect this poem was born of the frustration I (like many kids) felt on reaching an age where I was almost an adult, but not quite. My emotions are confused My desires are awaking My youth may feel abused Life’s foundations are shaking No longer a child, but still not old enough To know […]






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