Foundation Diploma


Amy Thorne

‘Remember When’

Remember When.
 
Remember when we would touch and feel a loved one
Without a window between,
 
Remember when we would go out for hours on end
Without a fear in the world,
 
Remember when we would speak to our friends
Without a distance between,
 
Remember when we would walk in to our favourite shop
Without a queue in sight,
 
Remember when we would shake the hands of a stranger
Without a shield,
 
Remember when we would go for a drive
Without a question asked,
 
Remember when we would buy what we want
Without worrying about the next bill,
 
Remember when we would travel the world
Without a rescue flight home,
 
Remember when we would see a rainbow
Without a child’s help,
 
Remember when we would watch the news
Without the figures rising,
 
Remember when we would always wave goodbye
Without knowing  it was our last,
 
Remember when this all begun
 
 
Amy Thorne

Progressed from  

 Sele School — A-Levels

Statement

 This project explores Mental Health I wanted this work to represent our lives, how they have changed in a short amount of time.”Remember When” is a poem I had written about what once use to be, something that feels long distant in the past as we have come accustomed to lives with live now. The thread  symbolising how some of our minds are literally hanging on by a thread and how some of us may never recover from what we  have endured, a permanent cut in our lives, never to be what it once was. 

Destination

Hertford Regional College — Higher National Diploma in Art & Design


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