Poem: Her Sorcery – 13/08/21

Haunted are her eyes above a winsome smile, wistful character is she, hoping for more in a while. Fallen by the wayside, all her trickery, her witchery, her cosmetics, her haberdashery. By goodness what is told beneath those furrowed brows? Heavy times envisaged, poignant moments told, she loves to flicker her eyes from the land to the sea, a calming peacefulness takes over she. [...]

Poem: Cotton Wool – 15/04/20

They cotton woolled me, padded me safe, to ensure if I fell, I wouldn’t crash, bang, break.   To make sure that I was protected by the softened cloud, like a growing cumulus I would travel here, there, about.   But always did I feel this protection surrounding me, a knowledge that when I’d fall [...]