Monthly Archives: January 2016

Poem: ‘Of You’

By playful streams and laughing waterfalls, And soft green ferns in moisture gently bathed, I think of you. In summer meadows filled with sun and flowers While listening to the cheerful lark’s bright song I think of you.   Warm … Continue reading

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Fickle Fate

What powerful force is this that grasps my heart And binds it in a vicelike grip of iron. What rapturous torment tears my very soul apart And punctures every hope that I rely on.   I cannot see, for I … Continue reading

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Truth

This was written (around 1995) for a dear friend who at the time was having some difficulty with a relationship and concerned about causing one or other party some hurt in the process. We cannot walk our earthly path without … Continue reading

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Of Desire (Twiglets)

A considerable volume of email messages were generated between myself and a friend on the subject of Twiglets, the details of which are far to voluminous to enter into here. Amongst the items however was included this poem. Of Desire … Continue reading

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Daydream Believer (The Monkees)

This is a TTBB version of the popular song Daydream Believer “Daydream Believer” is a song composed by John Stewart shortly before he left the Kingston Trio. The song was originally recorded by The Monkees, with Davy Jones singing lead … Continue reading

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No Matter

This one is something like 30 years old – I don’t remember exactly when or why. Often these poems just start in my head as a single line and develop from there. No matter what the trouble, however big or … Continue reading

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‘Hush’

I decided to title this Hush. If anyone wants to suggest an alternative title for this one that is more appropriate please feel free to comment. Hush, and tremble with excitement at this touch That slips quietly through the fevered … Continue reading

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