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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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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