Poetry

Imagine.

Imagine if we valued the role of mother in our society? If we made her feel that this new role added not only to her ...
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A longterm love poem

I step in to me and you step in to you and together we step together we step together on parallel but individual paths. You ...
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Co-sleeping

we read the worst witch and I take the eldest to bed but I’m too tired to take the other two and stroke their heads ...
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Working Mother poem: Rolling contract

Rolling contract  I’ll keep it secret ’til the 12-week mark. I won’t tell anyone at home or work, because that’s smart. I’ll have my scan ...
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On love

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I am my mother

I am my mother. Reminders making sure I don’t forget the simple but important tasks I need to do, and yet I swipe reminders clean ...
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The problem with being a woman

The problem with being a woman is that you’re limited for choice: succumb to patriarchal conditioning or start to raise your voice. Now, the world ...
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Today

Today, I will focus on today. I’ll let go of my future vision. Of my quest for determining my purpose. My need to ensure that ...
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The Mast

The Mast I watch you play and remember the days  when you clung to my hip me the mast of the ship you the sail, ...
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On food and eating (a letter to my daughter)

On food and eating A letter to my daughter Drink some water eat nutritious food that enhances your mood. Yes - that means some vegetables ...
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What I want (as I age)

To eat the food have saggy boobs and just not care about the colour of my hair. To get to a stage where I don’t ...
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Mothering

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