Monthly Archives: November 2012

Dover Soul

Priory terminus, necropolis, Spiked hourly by Javelin’s thrust. Desperate, jobless, investment wasted. Contents from white vessels pass, unaware Of family, all- day drink fuelled depression. Pushchairs parked thoughtfully for untroubled sleep In delapidated dark places embellished by charity. Bluebirds flown. … Continue reading

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Mopping Up

Fumbling with a reluctant zip, -Quietly humming a half remembered tune- Missed again! What was that tune? Half remembered like everything else. Was it? “A thing of beauty is a joy for ever?” But who sang it? Then he thought … Continue reading

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In God We Trust

His fingers, strong and elegant like A concert pianist. Manicured nails Sculpted beautifully. Suiting hours spent On the keyboard; playing a tune of death- ‘Danse Macabre’ maybe- A tune without a score. His baton a mouse His orchestra, a single … Continue reading

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Lovers in The Perfumed Garden

The erotic air of the perfumed garden Welcomed the lovers: Capturing them with Irresistibly, delightful, permeating, aromas. Erotic osmosis, and their judgement was gone Lifting their hearts, knowing no wrong. The erotic air of the perfumed garden Knows lovers seduce … Continue reading

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Music

Amelia listened, Briefly stiffened, When the piano Softly called. Although very small (She’s not very tall) She peeped at the shiny keys. Not sure of how much Her small fingers touched The lovely differing notes… Black and white strings sang … Continue reading

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Corsets: a wordless poem

    (Inspired by John Cage’s 4’33)

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