Poem: A December Day

December Day The air is crisp, cold and clean. My breath sparkles in its grasp like fairydust. I feel like a fairytale’s dragon.   The darkness cloaks the clouds, Choking out any lasting glimmers of light, As the sun sets low in the Winter sky.   The trees look fragile. Their vulnerability exposed, By the... Continue Reading →

Poem: Winter

Crimson embers of fire crackle, Beneath the pale moon light. The stars they twinkle like tiny freckles, Upon the face of the night.   The sun awakens, from its slumbers, Naked vegetation shivers with delight. For they are scarce, they're few in number, Desperate for the light.   The season sets a spell of slumber,... Continue Reading →

Why The Winter Blues?

With the sun getting lazier and lazier these November nights, returning to its slumbers faster than I'm sure the majority if us would like, as a result, I hear the miserable moans and groans of grief-stricken commuters. The winter blues have well and truly set in for some and it's still only autumn! They have... Continue Reading →

Poem: Cold

It's cold outside, My windows - opaque. Toes -  curled up tight. Hands - beginning to shake.   Amber embers of fire flicker, I begin to rock. My breath in the air grows thicker, There's a hole in my sock.   The fat black cat returns back, She always let's in the cold. I bolt... Continue Reading →

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