Category Archives: Poems

The marriage promise

This poetic narrative endeavours to capture the core sentiment of that special day when a couple promise to share together all of life’s joys and challenges.        A day of joy, great friends to meet. A day to remember, … Continue reading

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A very special mother

This striking short poem endeavours to capture the initial perception and role of many mothers and the appreciation we would like to express but do not have the words to do it.     There when you need her, always taken as … Continue reading

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No Worries. Live for today.

 I wrote ‘No worries. Live for today’ for a colleague’s friend who had just received news that she had cancer. She found the sentiments uplifting and is now, happily, in remission Live for today, the maxim dictates. Live for tomorrow … Continue reading

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London, My London

I have worked in Regent Street  central London most of my life and when people ask my opinion of the city I find it difficult to be definitive. London, My London captures my experiences and contradictions.    It’s the place … Continue reading

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Don’t be a Cranky!

[ This poem is in response to the constant stream of negativity and unbalanced polemic commentary we are exposed to daily from a drama seeking media] Has the world gone mad, or is it only just me. Bad news now … Continue reading

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Au Revoir from a Fat Cat

Au Revoir from a Fat Cat captures the commercial tension focusing on excessive pay rewards for minimum effort and expertise. But how much is too much and who decides!   They paid me a wad. Not sure why. Don’t deserve … Continue reading

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