Tag: teenagers

A War you don’t want to win

You are dead to the world No one sees you And those who know you Don’t seem to care. You fight the world At every turn It doesn’t care One child, Lost. Battling living A war you fight But you don’t want to win… Continue Reading “A War you don’t want to win”

No friend to you

“He’s my friend” “He just hit you” “He’s my friend” “He pushed you into a bush” “He’s my friend” “He held you down” “He’s my friend” “He’s no friend to you” “She talked to me” “You did not hear the nasty” “She sat beside… Continue Reading “No friend to you”

The Carolina Reaper

Sometimes a day of teaching Is heart wrenching or worse And sometimes the job of teaching Really has it’s perks   A group of lads and lasses, and everyone inbetween Decided on a challenge Eating chillies so it seemed. They did not decide on… Continue Reading “The Carolina Reaper”

The almost adults

We are born We grow We die This is life These three tenants are not in our control As a parent I struggle hard To maximise the life of my children To provide opportunites Learnings, experiences To provide roll models Examples and positives To… Continue Reading “The almost adults”