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Sincerely, Jennifer x – S04E24 – Happy World Poetry Day!

On today’s bonus episode, for World Poetry Day, Jennifer shares some new poems, and talks about flight related anxiety, self isolation during the Coronavirus outbreak and why lip gloss is actually a really big deal.

You can find the new episode on your favourite podcast provider here, and you can find the episode guide for Sincerely, Jennifer x here.

Season 4

Besos,

J x



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Self Isolation Saturdays

Sunlight has settled outside,

knocking on the glass,

gazing at me,

the queen of quarantines,

decorated in my Sunday best,

my nostalgia,

for the outside world,
that I never really liked that much,

until it was a path,

to the side of the one I love,

is a thorn in my side,

and a thorn in my forehead.

I rode a bike once,

into the back of a van,

rearranging my face,

and I miss the rushing wind,

against my broken nose.

I miss my husband’s hand in mine,

when I would sleep,

his fingers tightly holding mine,

keeping me on the earth.

I leave it,

now and again,

when I dream,

when I think.

I leave more often,

now I have nowhere else to go.

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Aye Captain

The sun sends him screaming

from our ship,

chasing his youth,

into the bathroom,

blonde brushes into grey,

and he blushes,

as I swim closer.

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I kiss, coded,

along his bow.

India.

Sierra. Tango. India. Lima. Lima.

Whiskey. Oscar. Uniform. Lima. Delta.

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Safe in a lifeboat,

back in my arms,

he sinks back under the covers,

starts another sensuous storm.


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Jigsaw

Can you fit my heart into yours?

There’s a missing piece,

several,

actually,

and I’ve begged them to come home,

so we can be complete,

but,

God,

they’re just like me.

Off at parties they never wanted to attend,

reliving rickshaw rides,

and dances at bus stops,

that are only wonderful in their heads.

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Hearts with heads,

God,

they’re just like me.

I see you’re missing pieces too.

You don’t have to tell me where they are,

or where you’ve been,

but,

maybe we can ignore what we lost,

and try to make a picture,

from the pieces that remain?


Enter The Monthly Poetry Competition here

Order “Stormy Weather” here

Order “Last Of The Greenwich Glamour Girls” here

Order “The Things We Did Last Summer” here

Order “Home Wrecker” here

Listen to”Past Preston” here

Listen to “2AM” here

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Notes To My Muse
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