Natalie Clyne

Rookie (28/01/91 / Manchester)

Natalie Clyne Poems

1. The Last Sunset 11/19/2005
2. Secrets 11/16/2005
3. East And West 11/19/2005
4. The Dragon Of Old 11/25/2005
5. Tiger In The Wilderness 11/26/2005
6. The Liar Inside 11/29/2005
7. The Keeper To The Secrets Of The Sea 11/16/2005
8. How Tutankhamen Rose Again 11/19/2005
9. To Truly Be Myself 3/10/2006
10. The Heart Of The Battlefield 11/16/2005
11. Rooftops 5/30/2006
12. Something Called Love 9/11/2006
13. A Winters Poem 11/19/2005
14. Who, What, Why, When, Where 11/21/2005
15. Asphyxiation 10/14/2006
16. One White Stick 10/14/2006
17. I Don'T 4/13/2006
18. High School Names 5/30/2006
19. There Stands The Boy Across The Room 11/25/2005
20. The Person I Once Knew 11/18/2005
21. Mother Nature 11/19/2005
22. Life 11/16/2005
23. No Where To Run, No Where To Hide 11/16/2005
24. The Writer Of This Poem 11/19/2005
25. I Wish 10/18/2006
26. Men & Women, Women & Men 3/10/2006

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Men & Women, Women & Men

Why are women forced to be submissive towards men?
Is it true that men are the more dominant species of human?
I think not
As it is women who have been portrayed as this
By no other than the male species

We are equal
Each possessing different qualities
And both species intertwining each others traits
But there are those few how still believe
That women are inferior to men

To those few I simply say…
Women and men
The differences between us are on the outside only
People do not really talk the way they used to
But they still think that ...

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Mother Nature

Once you step out of your door and onto mother natures path anything can happen,
Its best to be prepared than brace the force of nature alone.
Never forget no two rivers are ever the same no matter how many times you cross them they are always different,
Don’t make the mistake of assuming you know everything because nature will surprise you.


If you are ever lucky enough to find yourself in the heart of nature then look around and learn.
Animals in their habitats don’t like strangers s

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