Worn are the faces of aged stone graves Sun, wind, and rain have beaten all to dust. Words lost to time in twilight’s damask waves
Our love died at the setting of the sun, As the day darkened along with the heart. Like unwinding string our embrace is undone
Fate deals the hand and we must play, the cards so painful we must still lay. Life out of sorts, lost and dazed
Images colliding, twisting, turning. Mentality
Knock me down, I will get up again. Destroy me with words, I am still here. Deny me, blank my existence, if you can
I watch as she warms the pot at quarter to three, a tray for two laid perfect in the conservatory. Ready for that oh, so English speciality,
Ms Lilly, my dear, give me your hand, let me take you to a sensual promised land. Soft tendrils of evocative silk stroking your face
Jumbled together a mass of nothing Confused ramblings...
Is it pleasure, regret, anger or madness? No! It is all about power, absolute power, corruption complete. A guy like me with nothing, and no hope of anything in life....
Form: Sapphic Ode Sonnet Now what am I to write today? I have to get my coursework in, my lovely girls can splash and play
Form: Free Verse Mistakes, the syllabus from which we learn.
Form: English Sonnet Dedicated to the Greenian Poet, Jeff Green of the Cricket I have a guide in poetry, I do! A poet guide who sees me right and true. No spirit he, so real. A friend in word,
Form: Quatrains Another night alone in our bedroom, memories of you lying ev’rywhere Eyes red with tears, my senses in the gloom
Form: Couplets Months of work coming to a final test, three-hour papers in hot rooms, it’s no jest. Classics, linguistics, fine art, all for me,
Form: Free Verse No warning, just attack my senses. Anger and rage
Form: Quatrains My lads are both Portsmouth boys, and today they are full of football joys. Portsmouth have won the cup to their loudest cheers
Form: English Sonnet The reflections of early summer sun, Glistens again on my windows this year, They blend invisibly ready for fun
Form: Curtal Sonnet The three black cats that live by my Nan Gang up at dusk and strut about looking tough
Form: English Sonnet From Canadian shore to English lime, The Maple leaf, your pride in homeland true.
Form: English Sonnet I have no idea, just a student here, the university of life my home.
Form: English Sonnet I really can't believe I have know this wonderful lady and poet for 11 years - where did that time go?
Form: English Sonnet Written 2008 "Nana tell me story now, Nana please" For me you made magic with words and rhyme
English Sonnet A lady pen, wrote of love in meter, from on the Grecian isle and ancient time. For womankind, was honey ever sweeter?
Echo Sonnet written 2008 As I lie restless, I hear your soft breath, I see you smile in dreams of love spring. My surrender to watch you, a living death,