Monthly Archives: September 2019

horseshoe bay

Click here to hear the poet read his words: horseshoe bay she does not listen to my voice she can’t tell my soul is crying she laughs and skips in carefree joy through the Valley of the Giants her heart … Continue reading

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family

Click here to hear the poet read his words: family in a house on the outskirts of a medieval village built on Roman baths looking across the North Italian plains to the sharpened Alps to Atlantean Venice and to the … Continue reading

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rootless

Click here to hear the poet read his words: rootless if I didn’t have you I’d just float away I’d drift with nothing no anchor to hold me here or anywhere so everything I have done has brought me to … Continue reading

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the clock ticks

Click here to hear the poet read his words: the clock ticks every time the clock ticks we grow a little older the lines are deeper and the hair thinner and greyer we are long past the mid-point of our … Continue reading

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