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War On Trend 

This poem describes the war in which almost all women and girls will have participated in at some time in our lives. This war would make the war on terror look like child’s play and can be the difference between a successful life and social death. 251 more words

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Christmas Lies ( Just What I've Always Wanted)

Since the Boxing Day sales are now in full swing I thought I would share this poem entitled Christmas Lies (Just What I’ve Always Wanted). It is written from the perspective of my younger self with tongue firmly planted in check. 273 more words

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Hollie ( A Poem For Hollie McNish )

Just over month ago I was delighted to get, thanks to Jim Monaghan and his friend Fiona, a last minute ticket to see the woman I believe to be the best spoken word poet and indeed overall poet in Britain when I went to Oran Mor to see Hollie McNish. 412 more words

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A Pretty Good Game 

This poem takes me back to my ​teenage years and younger and explains my passion for footballing fashion and teams and places with exotic names. I’ve given it the title A Pretty Good Game I hope you enjoy the read. 337 more words

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Temptation 

This poem is the true story of what happened on my visit to a well known poetry night last Thursday and on this occasion you could say I didn’t need an Extra Second. 165 more words

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Every Little Compliment Is A Very Personal Victory 

This afternoon whilst waiting to return home after an enjoyable but challenging day in the town I was joined by two girls who couldn’t have been more than 16 or 17 at the most. 550 more words

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We Are Fierce Women And A Picture Of Success 

It has often been said that a picture paints a thousand words but this picture paints the most glorious tale using only four words. It is if you like the picture of success, but it’s also much more than that as it paints a story of friendship, and sisterhood, and the power of women at our best. 133 more words

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