Karen Honnor

Rookie (18/09/68)

Biography of Karen Honnor

I'm a frustrated poet stuck inside a Primary School teacher! Not that my job isn't worthwhile - the joy of switching kids on to the exciting world of literacy is one I would not want to miss out on. Nowadays, the constraints of the National Curriculum make my task all the more difficult but my love of words, in poems, plays and all great works of literature keep me determined to persevere nonetheless.
I have had one of my humorous poems published in a teaching magazine - it was about my classroom assistant! On a serious note, my poem 'Final Words' has been used by a friend at her mother's funeral, and has provided some comfort for other acquaintances in a similar position. Mainly though, I write from my own experiences to express myself, work through life's high and low points and sometimes just because I have to write down what's floating around my head!
I have written several scripts for the Amateur Dramatic group that I run.
Aragon Amateurs - check out our website via www.stonecothill.co.uk/aragonamateurs.html
I would dearly love to pursue a writing career but feel it wouldn't pay the bills so remain a committed amateur.

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Millennium

Marching forward go the steps of time,
Incessant twists and turns along the line.
Like a hand of cards deal out a sudden chance,
Life’s choices lead an ever-moving dance.
Each one of us must choose which way to go
Not knowing if we’ll harvest seeds we sow.
Night follows day, from that point we begin,
In earth’s merry-go-round of life we spin
Until we fade, for new life to shine through,

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