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Dusk at the Lake

Dusk at the lake.

I pick cattails and

think of summers

Spent with you.

Lazy days and

Memorable nights.

Sunsets of youth

And angst of desires… 23 more words

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Minutes
These finite, constant minutes of mine–
he says we have to make ours count
but I just count them down
down
down
more concerned with surviving them than living them, 365 more words

Writing

Love Poem

I don’t often write love poems, so I am especially thrilled to have this one in Foxglove Journal.  A huge thank you to editor Elizabeth Gibson!   6 more words

Retinitis Pigmentosa

Write for yourself.

I sat inside an empty room
and I began to write;
as the words came out
I stacked them in neat piles
until they reached from the floor… 110 more words

Poetry

Friday Poem – ‘Different Shoulders’, Dai George

This week our Friday Poem is ‘Different Shoulders’ by Dai George, from his debut collection The Claims Office.

Some of you may have been lucky enough to hear Dai George at our poetry festival on 17 February, where he was in conversation with Gwyneth Lewis, sharing poems and discussing poetic themes and styles through the generations. 107 more words

Poetry

beauty: we're all made beautiful by God's grace

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. No two people admiring a piece of art, lovely landscape, or a person, will see exactly the same features that are attractive to them. 322 more words

Poetry

daffodils & badger bilge

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daffodils & badger bilge  (  a  p o e t r y  )




marble cakes & marmalade

parlour maids & poles

otters in me dockets

pockets in the holes


natterjacks & haversacks

saddle wax & sprats

mortar in me daughter

water in the rats


pantomimes & phantom chimes

amber eyes & lips

battles in me barrels

apples in the pips


telephones & metronomes

megaphones & knees

blisters in me sister

whispers in the trees


analogue & cattle prods

catalogues & glue

scuffles in me ruffles

shuffles in the shrew


daffodils & badger bilge

stagger hills & roads

easter in me vestry

eggy as she flows

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Poetry