Monthly Archives: November 2016

you

Click here to hear the poem read aloud: You you think you’re old you meet someone you have no new words to say you think of every phrase you know they all sound dull and so clichéd but you write … Continue reading

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fragments

Click here to hear the poem read aloud: is this the way to heaven can I find it at last in her deep brown eyes can she lead me there step by small step or is she a devil in … Continue reading

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Tribute to Lenny

When I was a student at Glasgow University I went to a party at the home  of my friend Big Frank, in Bathgate Street, in Glasgow’s East End. At some point in the evening I heard a song on a … Continue reading

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rainbow

Click here to hear the poem read aloud: the day awakens far too early before the sun decides to rise her coloured smile inspires laughter a glimpse of wonder from her eyes I know I cannot hold a rainbow or … Continue reading

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