About hayley


I write romantic poetry .. have had them published on another site.. joined stories space because I have some really good friends here ... I talk a lot [Aussie trait] .. and I giggle [charming attribute I am often told] .. talk to myself [don't always like the answers] .. happy to chat away on almost any topic with anyone.. I learn a lot that way... giggle

hayley northbridge
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NYC, New York, United States
Most anything aquatic .. Aussie beach girl once.. swim most days ..
Equestrian... love to ride..
Fashion .. find me working at NY Fashion Week and with the Spanish Fashion Group ....
Good Coffee [cake accompanied of course]...
Travel.. which I do ... a lot..
Live theatre plus Cinema ...
Favorite Books:
Pride and Prejudice, Northanger Abbey, Cannery Row, Huis Clos ... plus a long list...
Favorite Authors:
Jane Austin, John Steinbeck, PG Woodhouse (I also have lots of aunts!!), Jean-Paul Satre, Mary Stewart, Graham Green ... plus a long list..
Favorite Movies:
any from Woody Allen .. any adaptation from Jane Austin .. add
The Intouchables, Chocolat, Requiem For A Killer, Final Days, Four Weddings And A Funeral, Notting Hill, Love Actually, The Devil Wears Prada, Sex In The City, Schindler's List .. the list goes on ...
Favorite Music:
Classical ... especially Vivaldi
Country and Western
Irish Folk
Some Rock


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Topic: What Might You Find in the Closet of the person above you (IN PICTURES)?
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Topic: Hello from CheezeSnax
Posted: 21 Jul 2018 13:01

Thought i'd join in the topic nd say hello. I'm new to the site as well.

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Topic: New Member
Posted: 21 Jul 2018 13:00

My name's Chris. I just signed up to the site yesterday and am finding my way around.

Don't know what else to say.

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Topic: World Around You in two words
Posted: 11 Jul 2018 19:00

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Topic: Places Around the World
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Topic: Picture Match
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Topic: When discussing poetry
Posted: 01 Jul 2018 13:19

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I never write for an audience but I admire those who do especially and are successful. For me to write poetry for an audience assumes a skill I do not possess.

Simply I write for myself, from my heart. If people read it then that is the ultimate compliment. I think poetry is such a personal thing. It's like pouring your heart, sometimes your soul, onto paper, into text. I think all poets should write only for themselves. Poetry is that personal.

Writing a novel or the banality of contributing to a blog or mag on some subject or another, that is writing for an audience. Poetry is quite different.

Topic: Is poetry for the eye or ear???
Posted: 01 Jul 2018 13:02

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Originally for the ear surely, because most people couldn't read. Today, I suppose, we would call them songs which are just poems set to music .. or music set to poems.

For the eye, certainly, because we now read.

So both? Yes both I think. However, when reading, doesn't the mind take over and turn verse into song? Perhaps we are missing something here?

Perhaps poetry is for more than the eye or ear. Perhaps poetry is for the soul :D

Topic: what would you like to hear first after waking up tomorrow morning?
Posted: 30 Jun 2018 12:49

Tomorrow is Monday.

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Radio news announcement ... "TODAY is cancelled! Go back to bed"

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Just A Dream

Am I just a dream Will I fade away Like the fog in the morning sun Or am I a lasting dream For many years to come How I want to be real Only for you Be more than a dream More than a foggy mist How I long to be real Real for you To make your wildest dreams Come true I'm sitting here quietly thinking How your sweet words have played their part Somehow I knew that they would When...

Added 25 May 2018 | Category Poetry | Votes 24 | Avg Score 5 | Views 548 | 7 Comments

Lonely Heart

It's true that every young girl is a dreamer  She dreams each day to give her heart away  For Love so true it takes her to the heavens  Love's aching loneliness she'll kiss away I've known the best that Love can surely offer  Been past the joys of Love's extremities  I've been around the stars so many times now  I quite forgot how lonely one can be I sit and watch the rain lash on...

Added 01 Apr 2015 | Category Poetry | Votes 681 | Avg Score 5 | Views 5,580 | 4 Comments

Love's Dream

As morning light my window breaks  Warm sunbeams dance and wash my face  With fairy fingers fine as lace  My only thought is you  Was it just a dream supposed  Above us moon lit silver rose  As blood red lips firm kisses showed  The needs of our embrace Your body alabaster white  Hair flowed bright orange in that light  Soft full breasts so milky white  Firm fondling in my hands ...

Added 30 Mar 2015 | Category Poetry | Votes 556 | Avg Score 5 | Views 5,819 | 6 Comments

Love Yesterday Tomorrow

I saw you you claimed me  That night was the start  In the moment I met you  I gave you my heart  Ours was a true Love  Born pure sweet and new  And so my young footsteps  Were following you We strolled through your woodland You gave me your hand  And walked me through Life  So that I'd understand  You taught me so much  I thought we'd never part  As flowers catch the sun  So...

Added 21 Mar 2015 | Category Poetry | Votes 618 | Avg Score 5 | Views 7,081 | 7 Comments

Love's Shadow

Love is but a shadow In the shadow of evening Where sunlight sinks  Drowning  In reflecting silver  Of moon and stars  Their light  A beacon for Lovers  To begin Are you her?  She who follows  Silent  Through cloister hall passage  To my door?  Not a knocking enter  Just a knowing glance  Drawn in by our fire  No words Eyes greet  My blush grows brighter  Than the...

Added 16 Mar 2015 | Category Poetry | Votes 551 | Avg Score 5 | Views 6,836 | 5 Comments


You cannot kill Love  but it can die I nurture mine each passing moment I feed it memories of soft kisses gentle touches intimacy With a lover gone I know not where or why my Love grows stronger hardier with each day that passes It knows no bounds as it grows in search of her My hope ? Should my lover ever return or even pass by she might kiss a leaf from me to make...

Added 15 Jul 2014 | Category Poetry | Votes 727 | Avg Score 4.99 | Views 6,341 | 7 Comments

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