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/

yes or no

Click here to hear the poet read his words: yes or no there are so many ways and so many words to tell me what I need to know but there is only one answer that means anything just tell … Continue reading

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when the ripples began

Click here to hear the poet read his words: when the ripples began looking back I remember when the ripples began that exact moment when my life lost tranquillity like a sweet gentle breeze your smile brushed my mind and … Continue reading

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water

Click here to hear the poet read his words: water I clamber up the mountains quench a thirst from ice cold stream breathe sharp air into gasping lungs try to climb out of this dream I stagger to the waterfall … Continue reading

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obscurity

Click here to hear the poet read his words: obscurity whenever she’s not here with me I feel the night surround me and then I know the loneliness as darkness closes round me in my mind I see her smiling … Continue reading

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your world

Click here to hear the poet read his words: your world in your world there is no winter autumn slips softly into spring summer seems to last a lifetime the days are long and full of joy in your world … Continue reading

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questions

Click here to hear the poet read his words: questions I wonder if you think of me in the morning as you head to work gazing at the fleeting fields does my face come to your mind in the evening … Continue reading

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inferno

Click here to hear the poet read his words: inferno I feel that spark the first time I see her on a dark icy cold winter’s night the January gloom dissipates now her smile is as bright as daylight the … Continue reading

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