Paula Glynn

Veteran Poet - 1,620 Points (December 1980 / Essex, Britain)

Biography of Paula Glynn

I am 36 years old and have been writing poetry for a lot of years now. Most of my poems are long and descriptive. I write from the heart with all my poems. Some of my poems are lighthearted though, such as my poem 'The Mars Bar'. I write the odd horror poem, like the poems 'Twisting Atoms' and 'Written in Blood'. I write about many other subjects too, to add interest and variety. I shall continue to post my poetry on this website. Also, my 'Spider, Spider' nursery rhyme is published on a 'Spiderzrule' website, that is frequently accessed by school children. I do hope they enjoy reading my nursery rhyme! I intend to continue writing poetry for many more years. Having the United Press publishing house realize the worth of my hard work is very positive. I hope to carry on being published in anthologies for years to come. Do check out the United Press website, if you can! I really do hope you enjoy reading my work and I appreciate any comments you make. I will happily improve upon my work! If you do have any thoughts, do share them. But happy reading and I hope you're not bored!

Paula Glynn's Works:

An Entanglement Of Yarn
Published by United P.C
Available on Amazon

Welcome To Hell
Published by
Available on

Realm of Dreams
Published by
Available on

The Escape Collection: A Selection Of Short Stories
Published by united p.c
Available on Amazon

A Horror Story/Short Story/United #6
Published by united p.c
Available on Amazon

Autumn Rain: Stories For The Broken Hearted
Published by united p.c
Available on Amazon

Various Anthologies published by United Press:

A Passion For Poetry
Poetry Diary 2013
Poetry Diary 2014
Poetry Diary 2015
Poetry Diary 2016
Poets Of The Year 2013
Poets Of The Year 2014
Poets Of The Year 2015
Poets Of The Year 2016
Women Poets Of The Year 2015 Updates

Hot Pepper

I'll be your hot pepper tonight,
I shall love you,
Until the morning light.
I want to please you,
Squeeze you,
And tease you.
Take a taste of my candy,
Boy, you make me feel randy.
I hope we shall be together,
No matter the weather,
Oh, please,
Love me forever.

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