Archive for the 'Poems' Category

Seclusions Light

Tuesday, August 21st, 2018

Seclusion Thatched hut hidden Gemmed light Gloaming the green-gold Of transendence As thoughts pile up Slide into sleepy contemplation


Thursday, August 16th, 2018

Pale brown Smoothly warm Oil twinge Metallic sweet Acrid burny tingling Comfort relax down time


Friday, August 10th, 2018

The feather floated down from the bird It was made of sugar spun Soft and sweet Such feathers covered a body of chocolate On feet of cake A bird who built the nest Who hatched from the egg That the easter bunny laid The bird sat next to puppies of sour dough Sustainance to kids […]

The Girls Room

Saturday, July 28th, 2018

Mary and Jean’s room is such a mess You can’t see the floor As they have so many toys Toys they have galore! There are teddies, dollies cars and trains and don’t forget the spacecraft and the planes! There’s coloured blocks buried beneath bar sheep socks And Jean’s collection of interesting rocks There are soft […]


Saturday, July 21st, 2018

Dark rhythm beat pound Star pin wheel Dizzying array Intoxication life Pollute interllect Burning thought Myred grave Sick stomache Slosh of pain Icy dread Rememberance Sinking to the marrow Spun silk thread Stregthen fragile form Echo of grace


Sunday, July 15th, 2018

Little blisters of atmosphere Litter the hillside Coloured flowers Of festival field Flutter in breeze Banner bright Storm lit trees Rain soaked vibrance Sun and cloud Bubbles arising Liquid dreams An offering to the sky A rainbow arch Fixing memories To the minds eye


Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

Fairy taodstalls by the bar Science in the big top Mice appearing from top hats Flowered head garlands And silk head scarfs A face painted tiger in pink Called Jean With monster feet And fluffy luminous tail Poetry And pompom sheep Ageing cyber hippies Playing pre-punk goldies Drum circle pounding Of an ice-cream filled 6 […]

Grandmother Titanic

Thursday, June 28th, 2018

The smell of wood vanish and plimsol rubber in the slanted sunlight The school hall a glow Cross legged and ego we waited as an old old lady wrinkled and furry soft A grandmother like nanny and granny Weary flat stretched grey shoes and floral print dress Hair curled in a white candy floss suasauges […]

7 Billion

Thursday, June 21st, 2018

7 billion minds encoding the rhthym of life 7 billion awarenesses all wired roughly along the same lines 7 billion idea sharers, pattern seeking minds that search 7 billion lives beautifully unique 7 billion hearts to feel, love… hate 7 billion hungers – some needs, some wants 7 billion people 1 is me – another […]

The Gentleman

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

The gentleman sits in the lovely lit corner of the too expensive cafe Older is he silver sleek with hand tailored suit sharp at the creases Reading the news paper exuding an old Englishness He raises his manicured nail and pushes it firmly up his nose Rooting around He extracts with surgical precision a crisp […]