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When I'm not writing copy, I love writing poetry in my free time. I do it just for fun and as an outlet to express myself, but would love to release my own book one day. I've always been influenced by the rhythm and playful nature of rhyme, as well as the idea of finding the fun in everyday life. Here are some of my favourite poems I've written over the last few years, I hope you enjoy them!

The Unexpected Joys of Freelancing

From more time with my cat to the freedom to do what I want, when I want, here are some of the things I love about freelance life.

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Thursday at Eight

A poem celebrating the key workers who put their lives at risk to work throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

Mary Stevens Park

One of my favourite places in the world is Mary Stevens park in my hometown Stourbridge, in the West Midlands.

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The M42

I wrote this in my head when I was stuck on the M42 one morning during my morning commute. If you've ever been in standstill traffic during rush hour, you'll feel my pain.

Things I Don't Miss
About Nights Out

Sweaty pits. Sweaty backs. Dancing around broken glass. Creeps offering to buy you a drink. Cool girls hitting you with their hair. Sound familiar? That's what happens when you go for a local night out.

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So What?

An ode to wonky teeth, cringey dancing, just about edible meals and unbrushed hair. Imperfection, at its finest.