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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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Multitudes

“I contain multitudes’ – Walt Whitman There comes a time we realise and feel a lack of linearity within and confused we stumble through our memories as if to excavate the shape and form of who we are from what … Continue reading

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I Remember

I remember her most he said In the last moments of spring She hovers as a memory Of every good thing I remember her smile And how she would sing I remember her best he said In the depths of … Continue reading

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Leaving

The hardest part I recall In leaving you Was those final stairs Up and away From the beach where we met And wandered so long Hand in hand Now distant My hands are free To find another love and another … Continue reading

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This Is Me

This is me Standing silent in the dark Wondering if you’ll see Wondering if in a moment You may turn and speak with me Wondering if you know I’m here Or if you even care Wondering if you’ll speak soft … Continue reading

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Rosy

My childhood memories are so rosy now just simple things, a makeshift swing and puzzles made of rocks and string I give to each this special glow a secret smile, my childish style to make my friends remain awhile But … Continue reading

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Narrow

These streets are as thin as an old man’s arteries and so they should be in this narrow, narrow town where secrets hide in shadows blessed by sunlight falling on buildings so close, so close All is hidden here, it … Continue reading

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Budding

New life budding So perfect Yet to be formed Full of promise On a beautiful morning Waiting to be born New day dawning Sunshine lights The path ahead And of the past We leave behind So little said Just like … Continue reading

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From The Light

Into this world we stumble From the light Eyes adjusting To the darker hues Of humanity Become accustomed To the heavy weight Of flesh and bone Fragments escaping Yearning for a Far too quickly Forgotten home Like a child we … Continue reading

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