Tag Archives: Age
We turned the corner of strange into familiar street, Where once we ran along, a long time ago, Where once we laughed, bled, kissed our way down. Here still it meanders unmoving, ever-distant A shattered reflection of stained memories reaching- … Continue reading
I haven’t been about for a bit, after WordPress went funny on me. They fixed the problem, thank you WordPress, however it has given me a small break to ponder other things. Sadly I don’t seem to remember what I … Continue reading
So…my 100th post already. Thank you to those of you that have ‘liked’ my posts, whether it is for the photographs or for the poetry. It is always encouraging to receive feedback both in ‘likes’ and in comments. So here is … Continue reading
Dark thoughts. You have now become The thing you did not expect And shameful cuts bleed. Shadows in your eyes? Darkness can’t hide bitter tears As you cut new scars. Winter’s taking hold Old dreams soon fade, frost bitten In … Continue reading
Another view across the moors, through the window of a ruin on the hilltop. Through a ruin’s frame I see hope in nature’s glow. So it is in life.
He’s Fighting Irish. Sure the getup’s ‘eclectic’- But he throws the shapes!