Again the rain falls

Big clocks chime the stories of redemption, how light always returns to our ordinary days of waking up to a changing world. Comic books give us dreams of Superheroes. Some psychologists believe that daily news is bad for us, how it can affect the way we relate in a day that starts with hate and fear. Each minute of night and day something’s going on out there and in here, cramming our thoughts with how to fix it, how to be healthy in body and mind, get off your arses and walk, breathe in the contaminated air etc, 10,000 steps to paradise! Now they (who ever they are) tell us its precipice time, wake up, change, stop all of your commercially brainwashed days, please, please, please, all the evidence is available on every media, it’s like we’re blind or something. I’m definitely missing those dry, crisp cold days of winter, how about you?

Author: pennysharman

Penny is a qualified Complimentary Therapist with over 20 years experience. She is also a counselor, a healer and an awesome cook! Penny is a photographer and artist, but her focus for over 15 years has been writing poetry. Penny has an MA for Creative writing from Edge Hill University. She has had over 100 poems published in magazines such as The Interpreter’s House, Obsessed with Pipework, Strix, The North, Ink Sweat & Tears and Beautiful Dragons Anthologies. Penny’s pamphlet Fair Ground 2019 published by Yaffle Press and her first Collection Swim With Me In Deep Water 2019 published by Cerasus Poetry are available to buy from her website: pennysharman.co.uk Penny’s second collection is to be published in 2020/2021 by Knives Forks & Spoons Press.

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