Author Archives: Katie Hamer

About Katie Hamer

I am a writer, an artist, a photographer, philosopher, interior designer, listener, and explorer.


Poetry, to fill the cracks of silence while I plan my work in progress…  

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Something Natural…


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Something New…

I just posted for the first time in Facebook Group Virtual Haiku as I always like to do something new in January, following on from the New Year. This is what I shared with them: How about you? Are you starting … Continue reading

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G is for Grangetown

Originally posted on We Are Cardiff:
Katie Hamer is on a quest to uncover her own A – Z of Cardiff. Today she’s off to Grangetown, where she’s having a look around the Shree Swaminarayan Mandir temple. Join her below!   G is…

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Poetry Thought for the End of 2015: Rhymes What Don’t Work

To Rhyme or not To Rhyme, that is the question. I’ve been pondering this question ever since a friend of mine complained, good-humouredly, about a rhyme that only worked if you ‘put on’ a really posh accent. I’m sure the author in question never … Continue reading

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Dreams of Future Christmases

Carousel of light, a humming, spinning top delights with childhood memories….  

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A thought for Boxing Day, as we journey towards 2016, and beyond…

Jung about the Collective Unconscious The collective unconscious – so far as we can say anything about it at all  – appears to consist of mythological motifs or primordial images, for which reason the myths of all nations are its … Continue reading

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