Angela Wybrow

Rookie - 355 Points (Salisbury, Wilts, UK)

Angela Wybrow Poems

1. A Headful Of Thoughts 10/30/2011
2. The Missing Sock 2/22/2013
3. Hot Air Balloon 9/5/2012
4. Grey Skies In July 7/17/2012
5. The Colours Of My Life 11/25/2013
6. A Spring Morning 3/19/2012
7. Breaking Free 9/3/2012
8. Ghost Town 7/20/2012
9. The Kingfisher 10/4/2012
10. Spring: New Beginnings 6/4/2011
11. Tomato Ketchup 3/3/2014
12. The 'Potato' Poem 5/19/2012
13. Ice Skating 12/3/2011
14. My Favourite Things 6/13/2011
15. Blowing Bubbles 4/16/2013
16. Getting On 8/4/2013
17. Chocolate Chicken Curry 2/23/2014
18. Abandoned 3/14/2014
19. My Feathered Friend 11/27/2011
20. Autumn Leaves 9/26/2011
21. I Wish I Were A Chocolatier 11/8/2014
22. Jenny Greenteeth 10/2/2012
23. Hedgehogs In The Garden 10/20/2011
24. Pegasus 1/20/2013
25. Can'T Sleep 9/5/2012
26. Dole Not Coal 3/5/2014
27. Brussels Sprouts 1/23/2014
28. A World Without Water 3/23/2012
29. My Favourite Food 8/1/2011
30. Colourful Camden 6/16/2012
31. The Seller Of Dreams 7/5/2013
32. On Equal Ground 5/20/2013
33. Secret Songbird 10/6/2013
34. Rhyme Riot 10/16/2013
35. Cycling In The Countryside 4/18/2013
36. Girls' Night Out 9/24/2011
37. Farewell To Summer 8/31/2012
38. Finally Found Love 4/27/2014
39. The Evacuee 10/20/2013
40. Evelyn 6/20/2011
Best Poem of Angela Wybrow

A Headful Of Thoughts

I'm lying here, wide awake
Trying hard to get some sleep;
But my brain is totally buzzing,
So it's useless counting sheep!

My mind is manically racing,
Thinking of words and ideas;
I think of the sad poem that I just wrote,
And my eyes suddenly fill up with tears.

I need to get some sleep,
As I'm actually pretty tired;
But my brain is so alive:
Like, it's been electrically wired!

Many times, I've had new thoughts,
And jumped out of my cosy bed,
To quickly grab a pen and paper,
And jot them down before they leave my head. ...

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Long Lost Daughter

This poem was inspired by a storyline on the TV show 'Casualty', when Colette's long lost daughter found her.

My Mum came to see me at work,
Asking to speak to me urgently.
She had recieved a phone call
From my long lost daughter, Natalie.

Then one day, Natalie turned up at work.
I was taken by surprise:

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