Toes

I always get tanned toes Because I put suncream on up to my elbows And who knows If you’ll stay or if you’ll go? I see that’s just how things tend to be Tomorrow I don’t know who I will be Seasons change like my personality Really, I shouldn’t care what you think of me … Continue reading Toes

1 night

1 night turned into 3 week stay. This was no holiday vacation Whole summer trapped inside Womens screams oxygen tanks knocking and equipment bashing How people work here is beyond me it’s a strength no one mentions. Midwives don’t show much emotion on their face Recycling bin blue uniform of midwifery wear flashes in corners … Continue reading 1 night

father

New father winces and paces up hospital ward floors with swinging doors and clamped down windows he is hesitant after no sleep  and craves comforting, he wants attention even if physically nothing has been happening to him, he is exhausted, the true reality of becoming a dad is overwhelming, that walking away seems like the … Continue reading father

baby

(adult content/visual upsetting language )     Baby's breath still warm from battle screeches and tugging of uncut cord from mothers wounds cold touch would be unjoyous bleeding gushes,  scars mark places where a human was once homed.   baby's breath gasping and face mottled skin colour pink oxygen new food, a new survival skill to … Continue reading baby

Drive by.

Do you drive by these parts? Following fragments of my shattered heart? Do you ever walk by ? Does my profile ever catch your eye? Are you even still alive! Or just lust the torment inside my mind. Is everything all fictional ? Are emotions all subliminal ? Could it be tomorrow or today? Do … Continue reading Drive by.

Update

Hello everyone, I’m sorry I haven’t been able to blog for awhile been hectic few months with the lockdown and having the kids at home juggling what I have left of a degree! as well as preparing for this years SheFest in East Riding . As always I am great full for everyone who comes … Continue reading Update

Exhaustion

Heavy eyes Weakened muscles Exhaustion comes in Exhaustion comes in And you wasn’t there when I needed you the most I swear I could have done with comforting when I needed it the most Unempathtic words meet unempathtic ghosts.