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My New Love

My New Love

Feb the 14th. It’s a funny date,And lately one that I’ve grown to hate,As it seems to me that its only aim,Is to remind me that I’m on my own – again. I’d love to say that I don’t careAbout flowers and chocolates and teddy bears,But if I’m honest, I’d be pretty chuffedIf I got … Continue reading

Adulting

Adulting

All the time I was a kid,I wanted to be grown.I wanted to be biggerAnd to do things on my own. Now that I’m an adultI am grown enough to see,That being that bit biggerIsn’t all it’s cracked up to be. There’s no more pocket moneyAs I’ve got a job instead,But every day there’s bills … Continue reading

The Not-So-Friendly Ghost

The Not-So-Friendly Ghost

(To be sung to the original theme tune from Casper the Friendly Ghost…) Oh look, another ghost, Has taken off in the night. Things all seemed great, He’d enjoyed our date, Then disappeared out of sight. He said he liked my eyes, And was really glad to meet me, But they must have both been … Continue reading

Turning into my Mother

Turning into my Mother

“I’m turning into my mother” I say in dismay, recognising her in the tone of my voice, my mannerisms, the size of my nose. Don’t get me wrong, I do love her. From the bottom of my heart to the tips of my toes, But seriously. If I’ve bought a new bag, put on a … Continue reading

Decisions II

Decisions II

Don’t ask me to make a decision. It’s an arduous journey to take, As the only time I’ve got clear vision Is when asked if I fancy a cake. Even then it can be rather tricky As when asked to decide on just one My fingers are suddenly sticky And the cake thief is back … Continue reading

My Nutty Valentine

My Nutty Valentine

Congrats, you found your bae, well done. Would you like a heart-shaped prize? I don’t mean to sound like the sad bitter one, But just look at it all through my eyes… I might not be in the honeymoon phase But I’ve not fallen out of it either: Discovering all those annoying ways (Like why … Continue reading