Amanda Jane Yates
Biography of Amanda Jane Yates
I'm a Full Time Mother to a boy with Severe Learning Difficulties and his younger brother.
When time allows I'm a voracious reader, I write both stories and poetry, do yoga, walking and swimming.
I follow a Pagan spirituality. Both nature and the magic
of life tend to feature a lot in my writing.
Amanda Jane Yates Poems
Just an arm and a half away I saw six tortoiseshell butterflies Feeding on clusters of purple flowers.
Nature's bounty knows no bound. Round us trees with wealth are crowned. All in jewelled green are gowned.
Chattering, giggling on she goes Over the rocks and down the hill From the spring she has drunk her fill. Bubbling, tinkling along she flows On her back a leaf she carries Swift and sure she never tarries.
Mighty fortress made out of stone. Home where the Queen Bee has her throne. Hear the hum of daily toil. Timeless work that naught can spoil.
The full moon rises this is the night Faeries to the woodland Ho! Come all to your monthly commote court. Lit by your own incandescent glow.
It Scares me Quite witless When I know that
Scorching red And icy blue Mixed in harmony. Energise or calm
The full moon rises this is the night
Faeries to the woodland Ho!
Come all to your monthly commote court.
Lit by your own incandescent glow.
There is your Queen she's both fair and just.
Your king is noble and wise.
To your monthly commote court come all.
On griefs and puzzles they will advise.