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Mental health, me and the returning gremlins

  I write this at yet another juncture waiting for yet another doctor’s appointment and set of therapy to help erase my bitter defects. This is not going to be easy to write or to tell. But I am at the point now where I feel I have nothing more to lose. If you know … Continue reading

London at 10 am

Your freedom comes from wandering. A drifting bird of paradise. The song birds from the island cry out lamentingly. They are sitting on the table, a rich man’s luxury. Dying by the poachers gun, for economic richness on an island in the sun. I am walking far away from this in London’s affluent West End. … Continue reading

A Special Big Thank You to Em Latham

Hello, It’s not very often I do guest blogs or talk about other writers’ work. However, today I am making a big exception. I want to extend a huge warm thanks to Em Latham, who has been an amazingly supportive friend, proof-reader, editor and reviewer for me, since I first met her. It seems strange … Continue reading

Hi. Please checkout and consider purchasing my new collection of poetry on Amazon. It goes through Norse mythology, Yorkshire culture past and present and family sagas. I hope you enjoy and find it well worth the purchase, of nearly ninety pages of high quality poems. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/1541097548/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1488568564&sr=8-3&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=geraldine+ward  


Your love provides a synergy, the greatest ebb of energy passes through sinew to torso. Blood sister to brother, kindred or alien, spots of other colour, the red nose of “Comic Relief Day.” Jokes that beggar belief, poverty, inequality, not even funny. The irony of pancakes battered on Shrove Tuesday, while a woman phones police … Continue reading