Archive | August, 2010

16 August 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Destiny

Clear your head Calm your mind Leave all your worries and troubles behind Look to the future Learn from the past Cherish the present For the die’s already cast. Destiny decided long, long ago How our lives were meant to be Would we find luck? Would we find love? We’d have to wait and see […]

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Coffee

A few years ago, I spent most of my days working on my laptop at Starbucks. It was my way of combining business (translation) with pleasure. At the time, I knew practically all the baristas so it almost felt like I was a character in Cheers! I believe I wrote this poem to win a […]

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A View From a Rooftop (Inspiration)

Another poem written while I was at school. I always loved mythological themes. Out in the coolness of the night The silver moon is shining bright. Dreaming of woes that were to be Woes for all eternity. A goddess’ tears weep for this The woes can only be undone by her kiss. But the goddess, […]

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A Birthday Poem

This poem is in memory of a friend of mine Lloyd who sadly passed away a few years ago. Martina was his significant other at the time. Dear Martina, Here’s wishing you fun on your sailing holiday Enjoy fresh breezes, seabirds and sunsets and plenty of ocean spray. Look after Lloyd and keep him intact […]

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16 August 2010 ~ 10 Comments

What does awareness mean to me (an article in honor of National Autoimmune Diseases Awareness Month – March 2010)?

For me awareness is about taking responsibility for our own lives. But when it comes to certain specialized topics, it’s simply not possible to know as much as we need to sometimes. I consider myself to be a pretty observant person and because my job involves tons of research, I also read a lot. However, […]

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