Girls Aloud singer Nicola Roberts misses writing poetry because she finds the process very therapeutic.
Nicola Roberts used to love writing poetry.
The Girls Aloud singer would regularly write her feelings down as a teenager in the form of short angst-ridden verse and she misses the therapeutic form of expression because it's nice to feel ''confused'' sometimes.
Nicola posted a series of tweets, musing: ''I was just thinking i used to write so many little poems when I was younger about how I felt and stuff. Like hundreds of little paragraphs.
''And I think I've worked out that i did it because your head cant handle the feeling so you write it down?
''Then we grow up. I miss my little poems. Something nice about feeling confused. (sic)''
The 'Biology' singer has been setting her poems to music of late by dabbling in songwriting, including penning tracks on her own solo album and working with 'X Factor' winners Little Mix on their new album 'DNA'.
The stylish star has reunited with her Girls Aloud bandmates - Cheryl Cole, Kimberley Walsh, Nadine Coyle and Sarah Harding - after a three-year hiatus to celebrate their 10-year anniversary and the group are set to make a special announcement about their reunion on October 19.