Category Archives: poems

Writers Notes

Who shall I be? A red nosed Dylan Thomas In a shed overlooking boathouse and sea; Or Larkin, gazing absent minded, Through his window at girls attending Oxford University Or Wordsworth standing on the steps of Dove cottage, Or Byron, in Missilonghi dying of Lechery and Leech’s, Or Shelley fuelling a funeral pyre on some Continue Reading

A Simple Song – 3 Cord Blues

There’s a time to say hello And a time to say goodbye And the time in between should be kind And if this aint so-then I’m sorry Sorry I made you sad And if this aint so-then I’m sorry Sorry I made you mad Our lives are shorter than our dreams So I wake and Continue Reading

It’s never too late to start from Zero

Don’t be a Hero. It’s never too late to start from zero. Peel back that hard skin, and let the soft heart out. Breathe, breathe, freshness, and walk away from stagnation. You’ve been too soft and they’ve taken advantage. Walk; walk tall away from all the aggravation. Dry and put away that tired spoon. Turn Continue Reading