Category Archives: Poetry

Bleak Dystopian Future

As time drifts ever onward Memory’s seem to fade faster, each day Short term memory loss, concerning Like a rubbed out black board Where only the odd word is still discernable. The once busy blackboard’s copious notes Instructions to be … Continue reading

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Two Horses

Both immensely strong, but gentle in nature Softly nodding greetings, ready for the day Not yet fully dawn light spreads from the East The ‘tack room’ holding leather smells Chains, stout collars braids and brasses Long girth belts, bridle bits … Continue reading

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Sorry

Does Teresa May or Amber Rudd’s apology Mean they’re sorry for their actions, that were first initiated Under Teresa May’s it began, under Amber Rudd’s authority activated Or, does sorry really mean – were sorry you lot found out? “Well, … Continue reading

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Time

Seconds pass in, seemingly pointless, monotony One inexperience, to be followed, by the next Unknowable, inexplicable in its complexity Beyond challenge, reason or justification. There is no appeal to time There are no words that pleading will affect The progress, … Continue reading

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Brexit

As fragile as a nearly whispered thought Almost composed, but lost, more assumed Like a fragrance mixed into a tornado Singed, unsure of destiny. Doubt, multiplied existentially Not yet the catastrophic tragedy Airy, immature comfortless Ignorance, of the designed effect. … Continue reading

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Soulless But Sentient

In the deepest distant restless oceans Life was cherished, before Adam’s line came Orcas, whales, dolphins, all swam deep At ease with their world of salt sea. Their language – rumbles, clicks whistles Sang the never ending songs. Some young … Continue reading

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Let the poor face their fate- Utopian Dystopia

Is a Tory dream Human misery! Well that we’ve seen. Squalor, oppression Would anyone question Disease, overcrowding The private renting that shrouds The rich getting richer On the backs of the disenfranchised. Those who are subjugated, Crushed, defeated by the … Continue reading

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