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Poems by Gail Underwood

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Date PostedPoemTitle# ViewsForm  
05/15/2016 Hope 829 Free verse
05/14/2016 This Life 573 Free verse
05/04/2016 Stuck Like Glue 1012 Free verse
03/16/2016 Our Sweet Trolley 764 Free verse
03/15/2016 Sometimes 701 Free verse
03/15/2016 It Hurts 816 Free verse
03/13/2016 The Story Unfolds 646 Free verse
03/07/2016 Such a Hullabaloo 656 Free verse
03/05/2016 Being With You 1011 Free verse
03/04/2016 I Sat 583 Free verse
02/05/2016 Breathtaking 803 Free verse
02/05/2016 Be Thankful 745 Free verse
02/05/2016 Walk Hand In Hand 761 Free verse
01/26/2016 Portree 807 Free verse
01/26/2016 Endless Love 637 Free verse
01/16/2016 Everlasting Fire 856 Free verse
01/16/2016 Talisker Bay 729 Free verse
12/17/2015 I Am 618 Free verse
12/14/2015 Paint 626 Free verse
12/14/2015 Days Done 639 Free verse
12/06/2015 Forgotten Patient 975 Free verse
12/06/2015 Such a Clever Thing 895 Free verse
12/05/2015 Shattered Glass 858 Free verse
12/03/2015 My Pain 800 Free verse
11/26/2015 Was It Really There 663 Free verse
11/25/2015 Infected By the 'Bug' 957 Free verse
11/25/2015 Last One Standing 1618 Free verse
11/25/2015 So Wonderful 1116 Free verse
11/24/2015 Love You More 974 Free verse

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I first began writing stories and poems when I was 8 years old, I found writing helped me to escape my troubled childhood, my imagination took me far away as I became the characters in my stories. My poems developed more with age and eventually i began to concentrate mostly on writing poetry. I love the way a single word or image will come to mind and the poem would flow, however not necessary the way i believed it would be written. Since becoming an adult and also a mother my inspiration has come from varies different sources including my children, different experiences, places I visit, my walks and life in general. Some of my poems have been published in varies books and I have been lucky enough to have two of my own poetry books published. Despite this I am still surprised by my achievements especially as I found out a few years ago that I'm dyslexic, but that's just part of who I am and maybe why my poems can vary so much.

 


Book: Reflection on the Important Things