With bated breath, we wait. cars are beeping,cheers erupting, Down to the pub we go,Come on England, bring it home! This was an impromptu poem about the atmosphere in London whenever England plays. Its amazing really – everyone is hopeful and happy. Cars beep and the pubs are full to burstling with some real dieContinue reading “Poem: England vs Denmark EUR02020”
This is a poem about a child that is wise beyond her years. I am sure every teacher has come across a peculiar child at one point or another.
Dear fear is a free verse poem, written in the voice of a Nigerian mother who worries about her 19-year old daughter. Read more on the blog.
Poem about innocence lost during the adolecent years. We cannot turn back the clock but we can surely look back with fondness and laugh at how naive we were.
Delay is Not Denial was inspired by a bible verse about waiting from Isaiah 46:16. In life, we all have to wait for something.
A poem about how childhood traumas that we don’t address can affect us in ways we least expect – until we deal with it and heal.
A poem about nature’s healing powers
A poem inspired by the following bible verse about discenment:
For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart.
A poem about working at a stressful organisation during the pandemic.