A National Eisteddfod award winner about growing up and finding oneself. This coming-of-age poem is a message of learning, understanding and priorities.
A multiple award winner, including the National Eisteddfod, this poem speaks about winning the fight against the chaos of personal demons and societal conformity.
People have always been fascinated with time. We use it, we live by it. Mostly we struggle with it. This poem delves into the final moments we spend with Time.
This poem won the National Eisteddfod and several other awards. History is a cycle, continually repeating itself. Humanity learns little from the past.
Used in a national campaign against violence, this poem won numerous prestigious awards. Societal apathy causes widespread acceptance of immorality.
Written after intensive study of the Jack the Ripper case, this is a dark poem of rejection, and ultimately corruption. It is the lack of empathy for our fellow man.