Tag Archives: poems

Guest Writer Spot

It’s great to be back blogging and to be welcoming guest writer, N Gopika to this slot once more. Here is a little bit about her: I am 18. I belong to India, the largest democracy in the world. I … Continue reading

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Guest Writer Spot

Happy Friday everyone; I hope you’ve all had a good week. Gopika N has written several wonderful poems in this slot and I’m thrilled to have Gopika back as my guest writer. Here is a little bit about Gopika: I … Continue reading

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Monday Motivations

Doesn’t Monday come round quickly?! Here’s a new writing challenge for you: Write a story or poem on any of the following themes: Misery Sleep Gold Last week’s themes were as follows: Disaster Love Silence Here are your stories and … Continue reading

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Guest Writer Spot

Talented poet Gordon Simmonds has appeared in this slot a few times, with some beautiful, moving poems. If you haven’t read them please do: Everybody Dies, When I am Gone, Paschaendaele, Joe’s War  , The Piper in the Graveyard  and An … Continue reading

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Guest Writer Spot

This week I’m very pleased to feature some more wonderful poetry from the enormously talented Gordon Simmonds, one of my regular writers in this slot. In case you’re not familiar with Gordon’s work, here he tells you a little bit … Continue reading

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Guest Writer Spot

My weekly Guest Writer spot  is open for submissions. If anyone would like their writing to appear here, please get in touch.  I’m looking for stories and articles (up to 2000 words) and poems (up to 40 lines). You can  … Continue reading

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My Weekly Writing Challenge

For this week’s challenge, you have two choices: you can either write a ten-word story using five words from the list given, or you can write a summer (yes, I know it’s autumn in the UK, but we’re all yearning … Continue reading

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