Kayleigh Taylor is an award winning poet and published author with a love for writing the raw reality of topics including sex, parenthood and politics.
Kayleigh enjoys literature, music and creating items which she sells on her Etsy store.
Weeping Willow; She saved me too
July 5th 2017. After a series of unfortunate events, my family and I found ourselves living in a small double room of a guesthouse, sweating and squashed with a household of 40 other people from all walks of life. Myself and my husband plus our 7-year-old daughter and my 3-year-old cat, Tilly.
I am sorry Mummy for all the worry I have caused The pain, the shame, the blame for which you have mourned The drugs, fewer books, getting hooked and my bleeding mind
Science and our future
Lab-grown meat Including those that beat And art replaced by robots AI's walk free No he or she Science standing on top
Downplaying Death As We All Wait To Die
Death Today I was born My lungs fought for the air They hurt but I found it I let out a cry Death Today I am one I walk on my own
Seasonal change: But which is better?
Seasons. A division of the year based on ecological changes, weather variants and the number of daylight hours in any given region.
Bristol Protest: Kill the Bill
Protests: An important part of our history and a peaceful, thorough way to voice your opinion to those who can make change happen.
Soho at night
Bustling lights and heavy smoke Pollution rife in the air Robust streets and wandering feet Not a single soul aware Cantonese cuisine, Jamaican delight
An award on the ward
Titan doors, bright lights A way in is not always out Screams one end and silence the other In parts not a soul about Souls you say? Well some have left