I have been writing in my head all my life; I have always been called a daydreamer.
In the last few years I have taken to writing some of it down. This collection has an obvious feminist slant, not surprising, as I am a feminist.
But more importantly some of the topics covered in this work are controversial and I make no apology for that.
I have found writing to be therapeutic and I hope this collection will inspire others to write their truths.
That said, many of the poems in this collection are written with an ironic or tongue in cheek tone and I hope readers will find them amusing.
This collection of poems were written during my stay in Stoke on Trent and is dedicated to all my friends back there.
You all know who you are and there are too many to write here, but especially to Dulcie and Graham.
And to all Sainsbury's workers, there are worse things, and much worse people:)
And no I didn't meet Robbie Williams :)
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By Phillip Rhodes
Nov 18, 2011
This is a mature first collection (?) of poetry in a mixture of styles. Although there are many thought-provoking poems in this collection, there is an obvious feminist slant and an ironic or tongue in cheek feel to a lot of her work. Some of the work deals with dark issues. One could add that's it's thoughtful, amusing and provocative, as well as entertaining. Interesting to see where she takes this... ...well worth a read.
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