Monthly Archives: February 2013
A lonely tear for a lonely fool. Remembering yesterday’s that never were. I cry into a glass. And let my days float away. As the night begins to ebb and you are not here. I want to rail, to shout … Continue reading
This poem is many years old now, it was something I wrote for my wedding, indeed for my wife…(By the way I still chatter endlessly- though she isn’t always so silent!) From Stream to Land You found me. I … Continue reading
Small. Innocent. But exquisitely devious. My Great Grandmother used to have a saying. Used to not because she has lost it or left it lying on a train to be picked up by another. But rather because she is dead. … Continue reading
More pictures of Lost in Translation moments
Familiar Do you know that familiar feeling When the words won’t Stop like a dripping Tap Endlessly pouring From an over-tapped reservoir Of conflicting emotions? And you want to ask yourself a question But you can not guarantee the answer … Continue reading
I can’t quite place my finger on why I missed it. Answers on a postcard please!