Hi, I'm Beth.
I'm an A-level student studying Geography, English Literature and Philosophy and Ethics.
In my spare time I enjoy writing poetry and stories and I love reading, my favourite authors being Penny Vincenzi, Maeve Binchy, Marian Keyes, Geraldine O'Neill and Sheila O'Flanagan. I also love music, of most genres - mainly bands such as All Time Low, The Blackout, A Day ... more »
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beth allinson Poems
Hanging in St Stephen’s Green, Waiting for you to come, Just like you said you would.
Little hands and little feet. Soft little body and silky hair. Saucer sized blue eyes. Perfect little pout.
We've only talked a few times, But a few times just enough, For me to think I'm falling for you.
Thank you for the things you’ve done, To help me through my life. Thank you for the times you’ve been there, When I’ve needed you most.
A Night In The Life Of...A Vampire
Sun sets, The vampires rise. Away to our work, While many people rest.
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Edgar Allan Poe
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Hanging in St Stephen’s Green,
Waiting for you to come,
Just like you said you would.
Then I see you by the band stand,
You’re hands deep in your pockets,
You see me and we wander,
Over O’Connell bridge,
As day turns to dusk,
You stop and we look out onto the river.
Then we gaze into each others eyes.
As the spots of rain begin to fall,
You take my hand,
And lead me through Fusilier’s Arch,
Into the lamp-lit Grafton Street,
You’re down on one knee,
And I’m your’s for life.