Tag Archives: Poetry

A Poem about being one-mindful

I came across this on True Recovery, and believe it is written by Nita Taylor. Anyhow, it was too good not to share. One Mindfully; A Poem An unattended, misdirected mind that is left to wander and to stray; Is amazingly receptive and accepting of everything coming its way. The consequence is a state of […]

Not feeling so good today (A little poem)

Just thought instead of writing out how I feel today, I will share a little poem I hashed together ; Fighting the Feeling by Me! Just this morning, I couldn’t take the pain Wanted to cut to make it go away again The release that wakes a feeling inside A habit I am so desperate […]

Poetry from my 12 year old self

I found this little folder at the bottom of a pile of junk in the attic. It contained the artwork above and a load of poetry that I had written when I was aged 12 – 13. Here are a few of them; I Stand Alone (written 23/06/2001) I look around, what do I see? […]

A little impromptu poem

I find that writing poetry (and actually writing on my blog) helps me focus myself in times of stress (for example, earlier, when I was fighting dissociation). I wrote this little poem, I hope you like it :). What do you see? What do you see when you look at a face? Do you look […]

Do you ever feel like lying?

Just a little something I wrote 🙂 Do you ever feel like lying and watching the world go by? Floundering as you pass through life and always wondering why? Do you ever wish that life could stop to let you catch your breath? It seems that we must keep struggling on, right up until our […]