Category Archives: Choices

Goodbye Regret: I’ve no more use for you

  Goodbye Regret Goodbye regret, I’ve no more use for you You used my time You sapped my strength But now I’m fine, Goodbye. I made amends, apologized, I started new but there was you Still harassing me, And there … Continue reading

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My Haircut: So Sorry

  My Haircut So Sorry Here’s my haircut. So sorry I look so shaggy. It was self-inflicted. * Well, maybe my haircut wasn’t quite that extreme, but… Just don’t feel I can afford the time to go out and find … Continue reading

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A Leek Affair

  A Leek Affair Someone told me after my reading of The Critic and the Poet that she liked my accent (Shakespearean), and I found myself wanting to write a Welch accent poem. That arises from my Grade 4 class … Continue reading

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You Didn’t Have to Do That

  You Didn’t Have to Do That You Didn’t Have to Do That Welcome to Hell, friend. Come, warm yourself upon a flame. So glad you came to join us, You’re going to love our game. Now grab yourself a … Continue reading

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