A personalised poem will live in a person's heart forever. Just take a look at the testimonials (left column) to see how touched people are by such a thoughtful gift. Why don't you take advantage of this innovative opportunity to give a gift that a special person in your life will really appreciate and cherish?
This is a unique opportunity to give an unforgettable gift and to donate to The Children's Society. This will help disadvantaged children and young people across the country.
I am lucky enough to be able to take the thoughts and feelings of friends and loved ones and craft them into a bespoke piece of writing.
These poems can be written for any occasion to make people feel extra special. But why wait for an occasion? With a personalised poem you have the opportunity to show a person just how much you think of them whatever the day of the year.
Are you finding it difficult to write a wedding speech, special occasion message or a funeral tribute? Just fill in all your thoughts on the questionnaire (see left) and I can help take the pressure away.
The poetry I write draws on all your information about this person (or couple) and creates a unique and unforgettable gift. Your friend or loved one will also know that their gift will change lives with this £10 donation to the invaluable work of The Children's Society.
Go on, change some lives today, to find out more about The Children's Society go to their website www.childrenssociety.org.uk
Why PreScribed Poetry?
Seshat, pictured throughout this site was the Egyptian Goddess of reading and writing.
In Egypt very little happened without a Scribe recording it. Scribes were the protectors and developers of ancient Egyptian culture and central to the recording of every aspect of life.
This is why I have chosen the name PreScribed Poetry. In my poetry I have the opportunity to record your most cherished and special thoughts about the important people in your life. Together we can continue this most ancient of traditions.
Donations to date
From 01/06/2012 to today, we have donated £220 to The Children's Society.