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Lady Elizabeth Haslam, my appreciation of life.

Why I write poetry? When first asked why I write poetry, I wasn’t sure how to respond, but it soon became clear to me. In one word: passion. Anything that grips me and I feel strongly about.
 

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About Lady Elizabeth Haslam



Elizabeth Haslam has spent much of her life in the caring industries.

A State Registered Nurse, having worked also in industry.

Elizabeth founded The Michael Sieff Foundation a child protection charity in 1987 following the death of her husband Michael Sieff a profound believer in ethics and the intrinsic strength of the human spirit, his love of people and children knew no bounds.

After the death of her second husband Elizabeth decided to be based in Cyprus.

The Boy Who Wouldn’t was born in 2017, when it seemed there was much to be depressed about; predominantly wars and the plight of displaced people.

To cheer herself up The Boy Who Wouldn’t Stop Smiling was written.

Then just observing her grandsons and their friends were and remain a constant sauce of joy and inspiration.

Whilst in Cyprus, to her surprise and enormous pleasure she formulated and co-presented live, a current affairs programme.

Now she continues writing for children, more adventures of The Boy Who Wouldn’t and adventures of The Magic Mini and The Elf Tree which she hopes to publish in the near future.

The Boy Who Wouldn't

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Some Poetry

August 3, 2019

Irritation

No, I will not sign your lengthy faded forms.You say your company needs to know,No they don’t, they want to know numbers, high and low.About me, […]
August 3, 2019

Mental Health

It seems human behaviour is not taught in schools. The very essence of us, is not being discussed Why people behave the way they do, Not […]
August 3, 2019

The Terrible Twins

The terrible twins have appalling policies. Never before, in The West, has there been so much disunity. So many citizens now suffering, from severe anxiety. Not […]
July 27, 2019

Children in Care?

We are all responsible, for children ’In Care.’ Removed from home, taken away from danger there. Why do we send children, away from their place? So […]
July 20, 2019

Positive Mental Health Day

Let’s have a Positive Mental Health Day; When everyone thinks of ways To brush stressful clouds away. Here are some thoughts, to deal with this issue. […]
July 20, 2019

Mark Field MP

What courage we saw today, on our screens A member of Parliament, taking the lead. For his own safety, he had no heed; Arresting a threatening […]

Other Stories

May 7, 2016

Life is Short Temptation

Life is short, as you say, but let it be sweet. Free of pain, found in the embers of passion’s heat. Your honied words and gentle […]
January 20, 2013

She Has Gone

Has she really gone at last? For her cling on you , was incredibly fast. You wasted, two precious years of your life, When you could […]
June 14, 2014

Syrian Election

The flag of hypocrisy in Syria, is held high By the hand that tossed the bomb, and told the lie; That the people could determine their […]
January 17, 2015

Song of Christmas

Robin Redbreast from his cosy tree house home Gazed at the waning moon, seeing Santa in his sled, speeding home. Among the twinkling fading morning stars […]
May 26, 2015

Spirit of The Night

Hello you calm healing spirit of the night, Gliding silently into my sight. Serenity with wisdom so profound An aura of pure love is all around. […]
March 19, 2015

Sex Abbuse

Shame on you and your mind set, Philip Hammond. Looking at your web, sex offender clinics you’r not fond. Despite positive endorsements from practitioners and judges […]