Category Archives: Poetry

More serious verse

drops of paradise

Click here to hear the poet read his words: drops of paradise silver tipped waves caress rocks tickle then trickle down sloping sand slowly sunlit tide rises surf splinters over ragged edges foam flakes catch drops of paradise suspended in … Continue reading

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waiting

Click here to hear the poet read his words: waiting there are nearly a thousand Tupperware things I’ve no idea what they are for there are pins and clips and bottles of stuff that never get used any more there … Continue reading

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lovers

Click here to hear the poet read his words: lovers some lovers we barely remember some lovers we never forget some lovers we knew only fleetingly some lovers we have not yet met we fall in love so easily with … Continue reading

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the night

Click here to hear the poet read his words: the night each evening the sun goes down shadows move and pain hits deep that’s when I face my inmost fears and evade the clutch of sleep I lie awake avoiding … Continue reading

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i can write

Click here to hear the poet read his words: I can write I can write a poem to describe the starlit skies and to tell you how the moon affects the lovers and the tides I can write a love … Continue reading

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lazy sky

Click here to hear the poet read his words: lazy sky a solitary white-sailed boat strolls by on a silent still-born breeze late afternoon clouds are tainted in blood looking awkward and ill at ease palm trees silhouette on a … Continue reading

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do flies go to heaven

Click here to hear the poet read his words: do flies go to heaven I wonder if flies go to heaven and is it the same one as ours clearly butterflies must to sprinkle magic dust otherwise who pollinates all … Continue reading

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