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Pregnancy // The Blooming Second Trimester (A Poem)

“Just you wait!” they say “And you’ll see, In a few more weeks, You’ll be full of energy.” So I wait, and I wait, And I wait a bit more, But at 25 weeks pregnant All I can do is snore. On top of all this I’m still feeling sick, And my bladder screams regularly: “Quick! Toilet! Quick!” My legs and my feet, They all are a-swollen, And anything non-fibre, Gets jammed in my colon. Dinner can’t be eaten, Too late at night, Because  ...

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Pregnancy // Rebranding “Morning” Sickness: A Poem

Oh “morning” sickness, You are a laugh. The hormones whizzing around Making me barf. But let’s be honest, You need a new name Because I feel pretty rubbish Most of the day. If you were a business, You would have rebranded by now; Misinforming the public? The ASA would not allow. So, what best describes The way you make us feel? The headaches, the nausea, As if we’ve been spinning on a wheel. I’ve got an idea

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