13 December 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Alone

I went through a rollercoaster of emotions during my teenage years and often felt like a bit of an outcast. This one was written on 1 April 1992 when I was 14. Lonely, my heart is broken Regretting the words I’ve spoken Confused, hopeless, trapped in a sea of dreams Unknowing, yielding the shades of […]






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17 November 2010 ~ 2 Comments

FWBW 14: 27 Easy Ways to Get Back Your Groove

http://dearthyroid.org/flying-with-broken-wings-27-easy-ways-to-get-back-your-groove/ It’s very easy to get stuck in a rut when you’re faced with chronic illness. Dealing with pain and fatigue day in day out can really get a person down. However, there are ways to brighten up your life and make yourself and others smile. Here are just a selection that I devised together […]






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16 August 2010 ~ 0 Comments

The Trap

This poem was written at age 15. Throughout my school years, I was terribly unhappy and found refuge in my writing. That is when I wrote so very many of my poems as I have always found it easiest to write when there is something I feel emotional or passionate about, whether in a positive […]






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16 August 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Pain

This poem is actually made up of two incomplete poems that I wrote at different times. I figured they go pretty well together. Writing down our thoughts Can be spewing out our pain Which gushes forth like a river Of cold and icy rain When you lack someone trusted In which to confide Your worries […]






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