finding me (a warm place carried)

Inspired by the phrase 'Standing under a spire of pale blue larkspur', from the poem 'Madonna of the Evening Flowers' written by Amy Lowell. This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project Ibeneath the larkspur even standing tallit towers above me a floral archof spiresall palest blue you are onewith the secateurscutting where you … Continue reading finding me (a warm place carried)

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(PAD #047) across the world (an eagle flies)

I sawthe eagle fly a black spot riffedupon the colourblue aroundaround onceshe went around againa wider arcthis time high as . . . the sun is highI close my eyesagainst the brightnessof that light a black spotsthe eagle flies I feel her wingsdrifting across the worldin my mind’seye ~ From The News: 76 Eagles ______________________________________________________________________________ … Continue reading (PAD #047) across the world (an eagle flies)

a façade (of me and you) on the street

Inspired by the phrase 'Let us go, through certain half-deserted streets' taken from 'The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock' by T. S. Eliot.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project through descended darkness loiteringbetween streetlamps the night speaksstep by step in echoesrebounded from the wallsof sundry buildingswearinggenteel façades we gothrough vacant streetsdesertedwith the … Continue reading a façade (of me and you) on the street

(PAD #046) not fly (the eagle)

they have killedthe eagles Icannot fly poisonwhere there should besimple majesty the groundis a featherand a bone no morethe eagle no more kite no more the freedomIcan notfly ~ From The News: 76 Eagles ______________________________________________________________________________ Would you like to be notified about changes and developments in my writing world, new poetry collections and giveaways? Subscribe … Continue reading (PAD #046) not fly (the eagle)

(PAD #045) the season kissed

what shadeof greenwhat huewhiteis that the colour isthe sunthe light shining through grass highlighting a flowera waving leaf the blackis the shadowremainingof winter the blueis a promise that I Ican believe it is flowing abovearoundflowing right throughwhat is me I believe I feel the colourgreen blossom white I am the skyof season changekissingallof this day … Continue reading (PAD #045) the season kissed

much like the bees (with your permission)

Inspired by the phrase 'I lean and loafe at my ease' taken from 'Song of Myself (Leaves of Grass)' by Walt Whitman.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project end of winter balmy day yousitting in the sun while I leancasually loafing at my easewatching beesare at the blossomalreadythe seasonwill not wait and your … Continue reading much like the bees (with your permission)

I think (I paint)

Inspired by the phrase 'With a basket of roses on your arm', from the poem 'Madonna of the Evening Flowers' written by Amy Lowell. This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project I thinkof summer leaves fulllike a fluttering of flagsadorndeciduous trees I thinka white cotton dress and think a bonnettoo barefootlightly upon a … Continue reading I think (I paint)

Books for Older readers (#BFOR) BlogBlitz Day #24

Books for Older Readers (#BFOR) is a UK based group I belong to, and is having a #BlogBlitz, running for about a month, with different members lining up to post, in turn. Today is my turn to post another article at my author site (https://www.FrankPrem.com)! Day 24 of the #BlogBlitz takes us to my site - … Continue reading Books for Older readers (#BFOR) BlogBlitz Day #24

I am (of time)

I am a creaturebuiltof timeyou know stop motionimagesof thenand thenand then and now the voiceof a story toldto meonly to meby time in a whisperof wonder of pleasure of knowing and knowing and nothing I am meI am not oldjusta plaything a creature of time ______________________________________________________________________________ Would you like to be notified about changes and … Continue reading I am (of time)

Books for Older readers (#BFOR) BlogBlitz Day #22 – #23

Books for Older Readers (#BFOR) is a UK based group I belong to, and is having a #BlogBlitz, running for about a month, with different members lining up to post, in turn. I will be posting an excerpt from Small Town Kid at my author site (https://www.FrankPrem.com) later today (28/08/2019) and I'll let folk here know … Continue reading Books for Older readers (#BFOR) BlogBlitz Day #22 – #23