Poet. World traveller. Moved from England to Cambodia. Might stay there. Not sure. You can read more of Saarah's writing at eastwest_nomad
Things which get my endorphins pumping - my kids (mom of two), coffee (green tea just doesn't do), writing (find it a cathartic release), dancing (absolutely, first love it remains), reading (with or without coffee), working out (with my husband as my buddy). You can read more of my writing at Curating Thoughts
Like a flower kept from the sun Or an animal trapped in a cage Her growth was stunted No longer remembering how she got to this place Her razor edge, now blunted Isolated from those who cared most Living in the well of loneliness Slowly and surely marginalized Her passion for excitement lost Becoming redundant … Continue reading Demoralized – Christine Bolton
A well of loneliness A sump of despair These are the images When I imagine you not there Gone would be partnership Companionship and bliss And that’s just the beginning of things I would miss So I will cling to each moment That we still now do share Treasuring every second Like a jewel so … Continue reading Well of Loneliness – Padre
Cloaked under the endless inky canopy bordered with countless crystal sparkles a cool zephyr playing a haunting melody on guitar with the moon accompanying on the piano we sat side by side on the velvet grass his fingers filling the gaps within mine the gravity between us so strong and pulsating our eyes speaking the language of our … Continue reading Something changed that night – Punam
Writer, poet, vegan-baker. Bi pride. Math grad. Smashing the patriarchy one glitter bomb at a time. You can read more of my writing on Instagram.