Category Poetry

Finding inspiration and challenging myself as a writer

Hello and welcome back to the part of my blog where I document my journey as a writer, and write about how much I both love and hate writing. It’s been a bumpy couple of months. There have been many reasons – global pandemic notwithstanding – why I haven’t really felt like blogging, and writing […]

Poem #35: Puzzle

We are all messes of ourselves, and yet somehow the pieces always make a puzzle.

Poem #34: Mountains from Dust

I suppose we are all walking on a path of dust to the mountains.

Poetry Corner | Poem #33

Counting freckles in the mountains.

Poetry Corner | Poem #32

I’ll happily drown if you’ll be there too.

Poetry Corner | Poem #31

And I was always told that there was a permanence in change.

Poetry Corner | Poem #30: Stargazing

I looked up and saw the Milky Way painted across the sky like it wasn’t real and it made me feel like, really, neither was I.

Poetry Corner | Poem #29

Perhaps I should have known.

Poetry Corner | Poem #28

Written half in Prague and half in London and wholly from my heart.

Poetry Corner | Poem #27: Trainsitting

There’s nothing like a long train journey for an epiphany or two; to remind you of who you are and where you are and where you’re going. In transit is sometimes the best place to find yourself.