Listen to the Wind, it tells a story Pain brings Suffering, invites Loss A story of road-way under water Homes misplaced, Pain embossed Listen to the Wind, it tells a story Rain brings Flood in times of Drought Extremities of sunburnt land Time thine … Continue reading The Wind
The air seemed thin, cut with a knife The night sky much the same Like a London winter closing in on frozen Like icicles on a lake She reached out to touch that sky But all she could feel was war Nothing else to reach … Continue reading Nothing, nil, nought
Walking by the road-way, desolate Eyes darting, back and forward The light I saw came from the drawer I’d opened once before The tree, the breeze, the leaves, the glow Knew each other, before any knew of me The leaves, the breeze, and other trees … Continue reading Poem – One
The letters, jumbled, words mis-spelt Letter-head looked wrong Exchange for others – rightly so, Like words within a song Shoulder set, scarring scene Scarring arm of man Face reflected, water’s edge Makes up part of plan Fresh is the air awaiting me I … Continue reading Poem – The Ides of May.
Death slept peacefully all night through Sky turned black, then to morning hue Sunrise awakened Death from slumber Moving close, embracing you You were the one for whom I felt affection But Death became a silent kiss Love, Repentance also seen Life losing you, … Continue reading Death
The cicadas, crickets, break the quiet Along the beach-head, dalliance sown. I look up at the rocky outcrop, by the beach – Metropolis, beyond, nature’s own. The stillness of the night rings true At dawn, before movement of day. Holding warm hand, eyes look through, Hoping … Continue reading Poem – ever-rising…
I knew that I didn’t know What I’d never known Before I didn’t know I’d always know What I’d had in store I knew you didn’t know What I didn’t know You knew I knew I’d always know You’d never know What I didn’t know … Continue reading Poem – I knew too