Gone

Swimming through the clear yet dark and mysterious ocean floor my mind was full of worries and doubts. Will mum ever stop drinking? will I ever meet my dad? will my sister get better? will I ever have anything I can be proud of? will I ever have a li- wait what is that? my external fears quickly becoming more prominent than my internal ones. The seaweed appeared to be moving not just swaying but moving towards me… I swam harder, faster than ever before, trying to get away but the seaweed was quicker. a tendril of seaweed wound itself around my leg. I cried out, losing my breathing apparatus, into the water choking swallowing more water. My eyes widened in shock. Drowning. I tried to kick free but the seaweed held tight winding itself all around me. Suddenly, I felt something brush against my ear. A tiny ancient fish. It opened its mouth and spoke, it said: “rest now my child, rest now, rest now…” it went on like that for ages and gradually I felt my body relaxing, drifting, fading, sinking, flowing. Gone.

Homework

it had to be homework
I’m loaded with homework
Why not detention instead

P.S.I found this when I was going through my old drafts and I thought why not publish it…

War Poem

Enlist They said,
It'll be fun They said,
You'll come back They said,
You won't die They...

Synchronised Swimming

synchronised swimmining

Synchronised swimming is a sport that takes swimming to the next level. It is fun and a great way to get ‘in shape’. Most of it requires teamwork, concentration and effort to master a routine. Some people say it is not a sport but I and all of the synchronised swimmers out there believe it is more than a sport, for me its a passion. All synchronised swimmers now that sublime feeling that you get when your music starts and you start doing your deck work…

Back to school

back to school

“Why do we have to go back to school mummy?!” came the cry of little Jenny as she pulled on her My Little Pony pants. ” Because you can be educated and grow into a happy successful adult”. then she paused. “like me” she added as she sliced some cucumber for little Jenny’s packed lunch. ”Oh I wish I didn’t  have to go back to school” grumbled little Jenny. He farther heard and laughed. ”I wish I didn’t have to go to work, ” he said ”but I have to do it  and I survive, so lets be survivors together.”    ”okay daddy” said little Jenny.