Donna Young Poems
- The Thunder Bolt As I go slowly up the hill Bumping and ...
- God Bless Get out of my room, go back through the door. Your...
- I’ve Got This! To find the power to climb a cliff To shoot a...
- Hugs And Kisses
- Shit Goes With The Flow
- Ups And Downs When the lightning strikes and the storm has ...
- Sister Sister When we were younger we never agreed. As we ...
Donna Young - Author / Poet / Illustrator
Donna was born in the Australian country town of Cootamundra in 1975. She grew up in the New South Wales towns of Grafton, Sydney and Newcastle, and currently resides in Sydney with her family.
She survived final-stage cancer in her teenage years and has since run several companies while bringing up her family.
Donna values nothing more than family bonds and strong friendships and has dedicated her life to her children. Her first published book Frazer Glazia, Donna wrote for her children in 2012.
Watch out for her incredible story of guts, determination and strength – What was That? Due out In 2014 more »
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Comments about Donna Young
When we were younger we never agreed.
As we grow older we rarely meet
Life is so busy now
When did this happen?
Though when we catch up we make it all happen.
With a few Champaign’s and caramel tarts
Beer and red wine with many laughs
I remember what iv missed with living so fare.
It starts with the excitement when I get out of the car
While I'm there I make it the most, as I know soon it will be back to face book posts.
How ever fare or length between
You will always be the best big sister to me