A different blog this weekend, folks. As I assume most of you reading this are from outside of the great nation of Australia, I thought I’d tell you about the issue that seems to be taking over our TV screens, radio waves, newspapers, and, of … Continue reading The rainbow nation
Her sense of solitude was lost in sunshine’s spring happiness was humming with the fun that children bring — In a moment far from anywhere she jumped into his arms the tree, so far from where you are unknown, she sees the calm — That … Continue reading Her sense of solitude
Oh promises, oh promises Why are there so few? Oh promises, empty promises I haven’t but a clue A leap of faith describes belief Why is it hard to find? To lie, to cheat, to steal Comes easily to human-kind Optimism beaten By … Continue reading Oh promises
Comprehension, the mind delays Thoughtfulness, the mind betrays Consideration, never sent Reciprocation, never lent Affectation, feelings advise At first sight, the heart does yearn Remorsefulness, life confirms Live for today, the pages turn Ask not what others take for granted Believe not what … Continue reading Poem – the pages turn
Taxpayer Thomas was anxious,
It was that time of year
When his tax refund would relieve anxiety
And replace it with a cheer.
Oliver strolled to the highest mountain To seek out a magical sight. It was a mountain greener than the greenest of pastures, It spoke of goodness and light. From the mountain-top Oliver saw the cliffs, Far to the west they stood. On top a four-leafed … Continue reading Poem – Oliver
I walk the solemn pathway all alone Others care to join me Engage in careless conversation As we pass the foreshore, by the sea More join our walk along the way As we continue down the road We talk sweet nothings, ‘hello how are you?’ … Continue reading I walk the path.