Autumn is definitely my favourite season. Everything about it screams comfort, and maybe being an Autumn baby helps that. I do, however, find, that through the warmth of the season, I also crave comfort, and when reflecting on this with friends, they agreed with me. The crave for comfort is something that very much needs… Continue reading Warmth in the cold (a tale of comfort)
A little autumnal poem inspired by the 5 senses
"What I thought was so permanent fades..." Today marks the first day of the week my dear friends will have officially moved into their university towns. I'm over the moon for them, honestly, but I guess it marks the end of an era and is forcing me to accept we're all moving on. It was… Continue reading Everything changes- moving forward
Lost, scared, Nobody's there, All this traumas I cannot share. Pent up in a room Too small for my mind Why do I ache when my heart is just kind? Surrounded by people But loneliness prevails I don't want to know what the future entails. I don't want to know The future. The future Is… Continue reading Lost – A Poem by Lauren Curr
The barrel looked stable, but really, it was empty. A hollow void lies beneath the strong walls. Can they really protect you? The barrel rolled around- no balance. Where's the stability? The rounded edges, so smooth looking, but splintered, cannot hold you up. But the barrel shrunk until you we're looking down it, into it.… Continue reading The Barrel- A poem for the end of February.
Happy National Poetry day! Today is a day that I hold dearly in my heart, as it celebrates my one true love. Many people do not appreciate the power and the beauty of written word, but I think there is nothing more important; For enjoyment; To have your voice; To hear the voice of others.… Continue reading National Poetry Day!
'At a picnic on Box Hill, Emma "…demands from each of you either one thing very clever, be it prose or verse, original or repeated- or two things moderately clever- or three things very dull indeed, and she engages to laugh heartily at them all." We ask you to please entertain us with "one thing… Continue reading “One thing very clever.”