Just one dance Daddy

By Wendy Norman When I was born did you feel possession as crucial as each breath you take I was just a babe, a mere mortal, sins unknown yet to […]

As the Sun loves the Moon

By Wendy Norman Pleasure is found in a pathless journey Enjoying the feelings that we are learning Living in a society where none instructs Drinking the nectar of forbidden lust […]

Create

Poem by Wendy Norman It’s warm inside with muted song My mama purrs this is where you belong I float and twirl not a care in this world You dream […]

CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS

Poem by Wendy Norman Scattered leaves crowd the path Awakening theories upon your wrath Manic rhythms curse your blood Ecstatic highs surge like flood Reasonable or Normal is in Quandary Obsessive […]

THEN IT RAINED

By Wendy Norman The sky was infinite No limitations in sight Brooding with grotesque labyrinths Dark as an evil mans soul A sorrowful cumulus blanket Seeping with regrets Mother earth […]

PEBBLES IN SAND

by Wendy Norman Quite often I have I thought of you and the many things that you do. I sleep at night sometimes you on my mind, one night with […]

WOUNDED FLIGHT

 by Wendy Norman She walked confident in her denial Having frequented betrayals’ aisle Her armour fastened with lesions of regret Past sorrows unable to forget Feeling strongest when she sorrowed […]

Love Whispers

 By Wendy Norman The ocean glistened with the warm sun’s kiss Waves rippled in the breeze another day of bliss Sandy shores where dancing sunbeams play Gazing on sand with […]

Dog cries

  By Wendy Norman A dog is so clever he needs to run free Feel wind on his back until eternity Chasing birds and lizards, sniffing out rabbits He cherishes […]

Tortured Turret

Poem by Wendy Norman Many a night I have sat and cried Sharp stones have hurt and cut my stride Potholes of disappointments have crippled me Slowly they filled with […]

He was just a boy (short story draft)

Photo taken at Narrabeen Lakes, Sydney It was a Typical Sydney Sunday in 1960, the middle of a heatwave across Australia and all home owners had their garden sprinklers on . […]

IT’S ONLY A CLOWN!

The other day I was having a quick scroll through facebook and came across a photo of a mother dressed as a clown and hiding under her child’s bed.  I […]

Switzerland

Another wonderful part of my last trip overseas was visiting Stansstad in the Lake Lucerne region of Switzerland.  Switzerland is a country with much variation in geography, and cultural diversity.  […]

Dating Dogs

Well I have many past dating stories that I have managed to bury deep in the recesses of my brain because it’s just not healthy to dredge them all up […]

Happiness…

“Happiness depends on ourselves, maybe it’s not about the happy ending.  Maybe it’s about the story.”   By Athena

A world of you and me

Condescending numerous others You’ve mystified my mind I find you curiously enticing Like a bottle of the finest wine Your personality is fascinating and inviting Full of great character and wit […]

What you wear

“Of all the things you wear, your expression is the most important” Photo from http://www.mitchellkphotos.com/

Quote of the Day

“I do not think, sir, you have any right to command me, merely because you are older than I, or because you have seen more of the world than I […]

THE RED DRESS

By Wendy Norman You linger there feeling the dust settle in Weighed down with guilty sin We used to dance Now I walk in a trance Abandoned in a heap With Joy […]