Category Archives: My Favourite poems

O to be a ‘real’ adult

Today I’m posting a short poem from a writer I came across a few months ago in a library poetry book. I feel it sums up the transition from early twenties to late twenties. I identify with it and so I … Continue reading

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A Dream within a Dream

Following on the theme of the week, ‘renunciation of delusion’, I’ve decided to include one of my favourite poems. A Dream Within A Dream Take this kiss upon the brow! And, in parting from you now, Thus much let me avow- … Continue reading

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Staying grounded in an overwhelming world

I’ve had a pretty stressful last few weeks, as I’ve made a few big lifestyle changes and taken up some new hobbies and though I’ve done a bit of creative writing in the form of story writing, I’ve not written … Continue reading

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A touch of Robert Frost

This week I’d like to share with you what has been one of my favourite poems for the last 10 years. It’s a beautiful short poem which captures the impermanence of life and has inspired lots of my poems over the … Continue reading

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