Fran Isherwood is a regular performer on the London Spoken word scene.
Her poetry is a wry, awry, word-playful gallop through the vagaries of life encountering mail stealing snails, lollipop ladies, Glam Rock, insomnia and macabre part time jobs en route.
She has had poems published in Alternative Press's anthology 'Publish You', a Forward Press anthology, RRRANTS 2, The Book Club Boutique newspaper & the Spring 2011 edition of Poems In The Waiting Room. more »
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If I could rummage in your brain
And I could blow away the pain
Fill bin bags with your fears
And buckets with your tears
Throw them in the gutter
If I could just declutter
Your soul –hose away the stress
Replace with fonts of happiness
If I could spring-clean in your brain
And buff up the parts that remain
Obliterate the thoughts that torment you
Hoover away the thoughts that prevent you
From reaching what it is you seek
Come in, in a pinny, maybe once a week?
If I could polish your self esteem
Until I made it sparkle & gleam
If I ...