Category Archives: Poetry

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Bubbles

You blew your bubbles into the air The sweetest love heart Shimmering there That morning was perfect Beyond compare Just seeing you Hovering there Your wondrous bubbles floating so high The songs that you sang Just like a sigh Our … Continue reading

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Piece by Piece

Piece by piece The lines of regret Take their place Soft and slow The patience of time On my face In my limbs These strange aches and pains Haunt my sleep Failing flesh All of the secrets I can keep … Continue reading

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Schoolyard

In dreams I return to the schoolyard Call them nightmares perhaps That is more fitting For I never dream of gentler times Of childhood friends Indeed my mind wanders To the fights and schemes and broken dreams That formed me … Continue reading

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Metropolis

This vast city shimmers Along the shoreline Mirroring icy glittering beauty Of a thousand lights So beautiful tonight I could almost believe In a heaven somewhere Far away And yet like this Metropolis But underneath the beauty Lurks the truths … Continue reading

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Wing Free

Out of fire He will wing so free Victory Born of flame He will so inspire Call his name Through the air He will blaze a path None compare Long apart He will yet return To your heart (c) Helen … Continue reading

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Angel Beckons

What angel beckons me this night By gentle, warming firelight? That I might follow Yes I might For such a wondrous sight The angels weeping I can hear This sound so pitiful and clear Could I give solace Hold them … Continue reading

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Harbinger

I see the harbinger of the days to come The signs are so clear And the taste of death So rancid on my tongue I have travelled too far And learned too much to deny The crow so dark Against … Continue reading

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Travelling In My Heart – Memory Part Three

My mother would simply say ‘don’t start’ Father refused to play his part And brother laughed and threw his quiet darts A sun king growing in his domain Everything fine within his name And if I cried for justice here … Continue reading

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The Old Town – Memory Part Twou

What secrets lay beneath The bright shining health Of the old town? The streets like arteries Reaching to the township heart A creature separate, apart Drawing all its children in and down The old town Why do I shudder now … Continue reading

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Photos – Memory Part One

I’ve laid them out before me Little pieces of forgotten days So few were taken of me So I recall the others best Even as they were loved the best It’s all that there could be My bitterness has leeched … Continue reading

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