Category Archive: Poetry and Songs

A Book Inside Me: World Book Day

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See It Through

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Gone

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And so in then end it comes to this, The words I long lamented over To convey the way I feel End up being spoken into the emptiness That consumes me, Not heard… Continue reading

Dust If You Must

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The Peace of Wild Things

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Phenomenal Woman

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The Crest of Dawn

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Hope Abides

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Heaven in Hell

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Haunted By Interior Ghosts

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Here, Emily Dickinson perfectly captures what it is to be trapped inside the screaming vortex one’s own depression. In the dark chamber of our mind, at once desolate yet teeming with ghouls, all… Continue reading

A Red, Red Rose

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In celebration of Burns Night!

The Sprinter

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Dawn breaks, bringing forth the light of all beings. Blinking in the first rays of the sun, crouching, bouncing A restless seduction, The sprinter’s nose traces the horizon, a primal lens As eternal,… Continue reading

Mice

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I remember this one from my childhood!

The Brightness of your Eyes

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I don’t know what this poem is called or who it’s by (not us, sadly!); it was found by a friend of ours. Be most grateful if anyone can help.

Brighter Shone The Golden Shadows

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After Christmas

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Last Night As I Was Sleeping

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Happy New Year!

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Hope

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In The Bleak Midwinter

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Let Every Day Be Christmas

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Come, Gather Round

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A Visit from St Nicholas

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Winter Solstice

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Quietly, I Will Sit With You

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A Smile

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Cats Are Wonderful Friends

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Imagine

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Tears At Dawn

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For my Granddad. I hope you and Hoppy are making mischief up there ❤    Tears at Dawn The Ballad of the Bomber of 1943 The aircraft hanger stands alone, stilled by the… Continue reading

The ABC

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I learnt this poem when I was in the Girl Guides (Scouts, for our US viewers!) for one of my badges, although I’m sure the last two lines were different – I’ve always… Continue reading

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