Author Archives: AnElephantCant

About AnElephantCant

An artist/writer/poet combination whose blogs reflect an approach to life that celebrates nature and takes a tongue-in-cheek view of most issues. So you get rhymes and doodles, photographs and comment. Irreverent and irrelevant. Occasionally funny, sometimes serious, mostly pointless. https://anelephantcant.me/

between

Click here to hear the poem read aloud: between between the dreams and memories between the thoughts and fears I hear the music of your love as it whispers in my ears the dog slumbers in the sunshine beneath the … Continue reading

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she walks bridges

Click here to hear the poet read the poem: she walks bridges he has so many reasons to love her the girl with the smile that bewitches he believes she is half mermaid he knows that she walks bridges she … Continue reading

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one second

Click here to hear the poem read aloud: one second one second in a lifetime one second of pure surprise the second when I first saw you and tumbled lost into your eyes one minute unexpected one minute of pure … Continue reading

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time

Click here to hear the poem read aloud: time once when time was long and slow the poet decides that he must go back to the start of everything back to where all life begins time doesn’t move from right … Continue reading

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a moment of life

Click here to hear the poet read this 90-second poem: a moment of life there is a moment of life to remember when we view the Danube in full flow or sail once again into Venice or see the Alps’ … Continue reading

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I wrote a poem

Click here to hear the poem read aloud: I wrote a poem I read a poem yesterday it nearly broke my heart it spoke of lovers loved and lost they lived too far apart I read a poem yesterday it … Continue reading

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the garden of France

Click here to hear this 50-second poem read aloud: The Garden of France achingly gently slipping lightly almost tracelessly through the garden of France leaving only in the wistful hearts who sense an ephemeral passing a whisper of love a … Continue reading

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