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Helen Wakefield

Updated: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 08:26 am

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Helen. Nearly 27. Think too much.

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It flutters And flickers But it's strong Feels warm Flares up When fuelled Ignites me With it's intensity. I deteriorate It overpowers me Melting Insides roaring Legs unsteady Overcome By these lovely flames.

All poems are copyright of the originating author. Permission must be obtained before using or performing others' poems.

Blog entries by Helen Wakefield

What you did to me. (30/10/2010)

Me? (27/10/2010)

Saturday night takeaway. (21/07/2009)

Shelved (08/07/2009)

Him (04/07/2009)

In, out. (25/06/2009)

Blog link: https://www.writeoutloud.net/blogs/helenwakefield

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J. Otis Powell!

Wed 28th Sep 2011 23:55

Helen
Do you have enough of "it" to share?
J. Otis

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Tomás Ó Cárthaigh

Fri 22nd Oct 2010 22:46

Saturday Night Takeaway is a lovely snapshot of life...

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David Franks

Tue 18th Aug 2009 11:17

I like the "flutters" poem Helen, and your pic.

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KtD

Mon 17th Aug 2009 10:08

Hello!
I'm very sorry for the delay in reply, I never realised I had comments ! :( Thanks so much for you kind words on 'Once' (The poem about the elderly people) I'm one of those people who, when given a subject or title, can form words to fit around it. Also, I work with physically and mentally disabled people, sometimes I can see poetry in their eyes, and it just flows out, they have to put up with me scribling on pieces of paper sometimes!!! I love your poem, Saturday Night Takeaway, it reminds me of a concept I was trying to write about not so long ago, (forcing ideas never works with me unfortunatly but I still try!) Cleverly done, I shall be looking at your others :) Thanks again!
Katy

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Daniel Hooks

Thu 25th Jun 2009 21:03

Thanks for your comment Helen I am gald you like the poem and of course welcome to write out loud!

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