Once again I hear the pitter-patter of little feet Dizzying laughter and giggles of those so young Imbue the room with memories old yet sweet Of days gone by when … Continue reading A Sonnet for My Children
The Blue Mountains, given that name due to the blue haze that hovers above them, is an area renowned for spectacular scenery, plant and wildlife and densely populated forests of … Continue reading Mountains of Blue
You did your job and did it well, And then I quite forgot. I’d rolled you up and twisted you, Then tied you in a knot.
Her skin was soft, her knuckles swollen. I slowly Touched the large brown spots on that were on the Back of her hand. Her hands were big and swallowed mine … Continue reading The Ring
Here I sit a little onion, Sad, lonely and confused. Thinking of my elder brother, In a stew he’s just been used. They peeled his clothing, layer by layer, His … Continue reading The Ballad of the Onion
I pray the fog to cover me, And blanket me with warmth. And flow across my stubborn head, To drag me back to earth.
Revile the thought, of your heart being caught, Every which way, while your head is so fraught. Silly words offered, their meaning all altered, Painful thoughts held, many hurts now … Continue reading The Light