Guilty #internationalwomensday #amwriting

Guilty

Feel guilty for Lent

Feel guilty for the war

Pack your bags, have a tab

And get drowned in it all.

 

Feel guilty for sunrise

Feel guilty for cloud

You’re a mother, like no other

Don’t be quiet, be loud

 

Feel guilty for chocolate

though it gives you energy

We need to eat, we need to breathe

Food is not the enemy

 

So break your high heels girl

And make your own track

Find your voice, make your choice

There is no going back.

 

I’m not sure this is finished, but here’s my first offering for International Women’s Day 2017.

And if anyone has a rhyme for haemoglobin, can they give me a heads-up?

(C) Rebecca Deans/Becky Deans 2017

 

 

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About beckydeans

I've always been a writer one way or the other. You can find out more about my copywriting at www.beckydeans.co.uk
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One Response to Guilty #internationalwomensday #amwriting

  1. Can’t help with the rhyme, unless “disrobin'” counts.

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