Books

  • Haiku Poetry: Daisy Chains

    Haiku Poetry: Daisy Chains

    Daisy Chains (Haiku) A honey centred, Milky petaled woven crown Youthful hands designs. Thank you for watching and listening. I would appreciate it if you can like, comment and subscribe on YouTube     Read more

  • Sunday Stanza: Poem Forty Eight- Why Did You Follow Me?

    Sunday Stanza: Poem Forty Eight- Why Did You Follow Me?

    Before deciding to walk in her shoes let her show you her feet. The callous blisters tarnished by the stones who decided to dance on her soles. Yet she walking barefoot across the equator with the red soil tarnishing the pigments of her skin. When she crossed the ocean, borders poured cold water which began […] Read more

  • What Origami Taught Me

    What Origami Taught Me

    To the sceptic, origami is folding paper. To the rational, origami is full of instructions. To the idealist, origami is a movement. But to the creative, origami is the vision that is created by diligent hands. – Hannah Williams This Thursday, I had the opportunity to participate in an Origami class hosted by Toshiko called […] Read more

  • Sunday Stanza: Poem Forty Seven: Echoes By Hannah Williams

    Sunday Stanza: Poem Forty Seven: Echoes By Hannah Williams

    As the television transmits the news unable to peel the callous layers of her mind. She owns a seared conscience which no longer flinch at the vivid violent paintings on her screen. When the hunger of little children hums- she no longer feels guilty. When the injustice harmonises with the defenceless- it no longer warrants […] Read more

  • Haiku Poetry: Lavender

    Haiku Poetry: Lavender

      Lavender (Haiku) A soft scent soothes us. Through healing in its aura, A therapy tale.   You can also find the previously recorded audio version here Thank you for watching and listening. I would appreciate it if you can like, comment and subscribe on YouTube   Read more

  • Sunday Stanza: Poem Forty Six: There Will Always Be A Rainbow By Hannah Williams

    Sunday Stanza: Poem Forty Six: There Will Always Be A Rainbow By Hannah Williams

    A rainbow formed after the raindrops and the sunlight kissed the vapour. Melting the chaos and illuminating the future. A reminder that when the storm becomes frightening and the sky thunders with lightning and the rays no longer shining and my fears become frightening. There will always be a rainbow. A rainbow formed after the […] Read more

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