Kaye Lee is an Australian who has lived in north London for many years with her Welsh husband. After working in health care for 40 years, firstly as a Therapy Radiographer and then as a nurse, she retired and now spends most of her time doing what she really loves – reading and writing poetry. She has been published in poetry magazines and anthologies and won prizes in competitions. Belonging to several poetry groups including a local Stanza, Palmers Green Poets, Enfield Poets and Second Light Network gives her much needed encouragement and inspiration. Much of her poetry relates to her separation from her roots or to the satisfaction, and sometimes frustration, of caring for people with high dependency needs.
Walking to paradise
How I’ve Spent My Days