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St Malo

a tall blonde, white plaited with salt
all elbows and knees,a new menhir
on a tided stage of

tidewash and wind, crouched under
a sky of ovens and red brick,
serious and wide-eyed

My Love is a Melody

My love is a sweet melody,
Amidst background noise that won’t cease,
When my life is a malady,
She streams in and gives me peace;
I love the notes that she plays,
So soothing to my heart,

Let My Heart Be Still

everywhere I turn
I am given a hateful grin
one might think I'd simply learn
...from the past I've buried within
yet, I still have my faith
and I choose to see the light

Remember Me (Like This)


Remember me (like this)…

A smile that made your heart
Feel lighter
A word that made your
Day brighter
An embrace you only wanted
To be tighter
Please remember me…

Somewhere Within the Starlight

Somewhere within the starlight,
there's an answer, and it's clear.
So I'll pose a heartfelt question,
'cause the truth, I know, is near.
I believe when you're beside me,

Dr. Splendifference

Rock, paper, scissors to stone, Dr. Splendifference was thin as bone. He stood as tall as a renaissance man, his feet in the fifth, and wings with span.

The Sacred Gate

Green fell into green on cascading moss bitten stones. Darkness fell upon steps weeping great rapids of starlight. In the rustle of leaves were fragments of pages feathered in large silent nests.

Old Age...(haiku)


Old age… When regrets
replace dreams…And when the days
are filled with mem'ries

Your Eyes


Your Eyes...

Mirrors of the soul
Reflections of the mind
Green flecked pits of aquamarine
Oval shaped and Olivine

Your Eyes are…

Saving Grace

Light spills from the throne in the sky, where the sun sits
and reigns with its golden scepter.
And I stand in its warm brilliance, thankful this King will

Dear Lo

Dear Lo,

This will be the last thing I ever send you
I can't even think of anything to say, except: Fuck you
What happened? Do you just not want me anymore? You just left me feeling torn

The Last Friend

He stood at the back, and looked around
The church, not even full,
There wasn’t a face he recognised
From his far off days at school,
He thought of Jim in the coffin there