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Your Eyes

The blue of the sky

On summer’s morning.

The spark that touched

The corners and

Reached your lips.

The light from

Within you

Touches me still


Copyright (C) 2018 Penny Wilson

"Melody's Cry"

Listen to a memory

Shout a sweet symphony

My melody cries for her harmony

Copyright © 2018 Sarah Perez


Path through the snow

I walk through white snow
But i still don’t know, where to go
I followed those footprints just like they said
Still can’t see you ahead… 160 more words



Half-heard notes
Take me to a different song,
A different place:
Remembered fondly,
Even if remembered wrong.



Motions made daily

The wall seems scaly

Notes fill the wall to aide

On my wall a raid

Notes remain still

I must do as they will… 35 more words


December Talk: Christmas and the British

This month’s lecture was given by Dr Martin Johnes of Swansea University.

Christmas, as we know it today, was largely a Victorian creation. With the growing tensions of industrialisation, the Victorians looked back with nostalgia to Merry England and childhood whilst promoting a sense of charity and social obligation. 116 more words


the significance of songs

Earlier this week, Dolores O’Riordan died. She was the lead singer in an Irish band called The Cranberries. Several of my favorite musicians and singers have died in the past couple of years, and several much more influential on me than Ms. 522 more words