Category Archives: Poetry

Limey gets rhymey

That Was the Drought That Was

  With April about to end on something of a wet note, I thought it would be interesting to see what some of our greatest poets might have made of the recent weather. Through my spirit guide, Bob, I have been … Continue reading

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Overnight Snow

The men in the window: Gathered four-strong, Ghosts, conversing, White rush flickering through their transparency, England, their England, spilling like slipstream, Becoming past: A homeland turned to dark vast cold speed. . Each halt brings resolution, Lanterns throwing sepia cones … Continue reading

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With Apologies To Gilbert and Sullivan

September 19th is International Talk Like A Pirate Day.  Garrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!       CAPTAIN JACK SPARROW: I am the very model of a modern movie buccaneer, When playing Captain Jack, it’s like a Rolling Stone has snuck in here, Although the … Continue reading

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