Tag Archives: adulthood

Painting Loss with a Pen

Painting Loss with a Pen I’ve traded my pen for a paintbrush, Cashed in this ink for the splash of acrylic, Words have not been enough, Enough to contain the winter, The writer, Growth is change, And with change I’ve … Continue reading

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Inspiration from a shell

I haven’t blogged in a while, so I thought I’d post some short cinquains marking the appearance of sunshine for more than a few days here. I hope you enjoy! Seashell Home Worn, abandoned, Blowing, waiting, dancing, Seaside childhood adventures, … Continue reading

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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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Religion has changed almost every aspect of my life

This week I had a conversation with a friend about life experiences and how one event or one change can completely alter your life. As a result I’ve spent the week reflecting on how much a change in religion has … Continue reading

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Decisions, decisions, decisions…

Have you ever struggled to make an important decision? I’ve recently turned 23 and have been forced to make decisions about my career, decisions about my relationships, decisions about fighting the things which hold me back and basically a whole host of … Continue reading

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