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Catherine Hume’s Revolting

Catherine Hume’s Revolting is a collection of poems exploring many different concepts and themes surrounding issues of contemporary and satirical relevance, posing questions, leading to answers and strikes at the heart of human and personal identity. Written by Catherine Hume and edited by Geraldine Ward. Link below. Her book costs £2.75 from Amazon and hopefully … Continue reading

Light on Dark Seas

The flotilla fought for light on the darkest seas. Sailors sought by candlelight averting tragedy. The deepest sense of trepidation awakens hearts for safe return. For chances spurned, for golden light. For prayers shimmering true faith everywhere. For everyone corrupted, each person destroyed and those who continue fight and flight from injustice, cruelty, lies. From … Continue reading

Love Light

I remember when I said I love you. Then did you believe? You said you always had from the first day we met. For you it was sudden, uncontrollable. For me you were the background figure waiting to sweep us away. Now as the sun-sets, we are married, have a kid. No matter how many … Continue reading

On the Banks of the Thames

On the banks of the Thames I walked beside the Tatershall Castle, the Golden Hind, Shakespeare’s Globe, the Southbank, Festival Pier, food vendors everywhere without a single cashpoint in sight. Tate Modern, The Cutty Sark, The National Theatre, bohemian cosmopolitan tin and steel, jazz and jive, book-stalls, a flash of skirt – she’s looking at … Continue reading

Caring for the Carer

Caring for the Carer Here is the second edition of Caring for the Carer available now on amazon, covering the topics of physical and mental health from the point of view of a carer and someone who is being cared for.