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Inspired by a modern art piece in a gallery near Wellington. Published in Idle Ink.
Image by Kevin Main
A poem about Black Friday sales, which shouldn’t even be a thing in the UK. Published in Minus Paper
A short poem about my writers brain, which I read aloud at Toonspeak’s Sonnet Youth² on 19th February.
Image by Sophie McNicol
A more serious, defensive love poem. Published on Minus Paper.
A comic poem about the trials and tribulations of braces. Published on Winter 2016 issue of Oletangy Review (p29)
Image by @dearoctopus4
Image by Imogen Whiteley and Nour El-Iss
A poem about the last gift my father sent me before we stopped speaking.
A heartfelt poem inspired by the death of my Nana. Published on the Winter 2016 of Oletangy Review (p30)
Image by Nina Soto
A poem about me in ten lines. On the website!
Written for my own mum, as she tends to come along to my poetry readings and cheer very loudly. Jokes aside, she has been very supportive to me throughout my life and I’m so grateful to have her.
Inspired by my country’s national poet, Robert Burns, this poem retells his famous poem ‘Tae A Mouse’ from the point of view of the mouse. Published by the Ogilvie Review.
One of my very first narrative poems. It tells the tragic story of a princess who is held captive by an unnamed man, as a bargaining chip for her father’s diplomatic negotiations. She comes to fall in love with this seemingly unlovable man but does this princess get a happily ever after? This was published on the Ginger Collect.
Image by @wandresskenzie
A prose poem about overcoming the hurt caused by a brief but hurtful love affair. Published in Inventives Magazine (formerly Tajdeed Annual Literary Magazine)
A simple poem about the importance of human relationships over possessions. There’s more to life than things! Published on Ariel Chart.
Image by Norma Baillie