thoughts of you (through cheap red wine)

Inspired by the phrase 'of restless nights in one-night cheap hotels' taken from 'The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock' by T. S. Eliot.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project tossand I turn awakein the night I should sleepI shouldclosemy eyes but there is no restthere isnorepose there’s onlyrestless nightsin a one nighthotelcheap … Continue reading thoughts of you (through cheap red wine)

Books for Older readers (#BFOR) BlogBlitz Day #20 – #21

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. My item is later in the month, and will be posted at my author site (https://www.FrankPrem.com) and I'll let folk here know when it … Continue reading Books for Older readers (#BFOR) BlogBlitz Day #20 – #21

(PAD #044) transition (into popcorn)

there’s popcornon the golden plum spring is in the air sunshineis fallingacross the grass caressingnot burning thisis a threshold a time of change seasons blur on momentI’m inthe winter chill one momentI am holding my faceupinto a sunshine stream and popcornis dottingthe bare branchesof my golden plum ______________________________________________________________________________ Would you like to be notified about … Continue reading (PAD #044) transition (into popcorn)

what is true (is a secret)

Inspired by the phrase 'I harbor for good or bad, I permit to speak at every hazard' taken from 'Song of Myself (Leaves of Grass)' by Walt Whitman.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project what goodis a secretI ask I can’t answeralthoughI should know I harbor the manyand the plenty feed themin darknessupon … Continue reading what is true (is a secret)

Books for Older readers (#BFOR) BlogBlitz Day #19

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. My item is later in the month, and will be posted at my author site (https://www.FrankPrem.com) and I'll let folk here know when it … Continue reading Books for Older readers (#BFOR) BlogBlitz Day #19

August Newsletter and cover reveal

Hello to all. This note is just to let you know that I've just sent out my August Newsletter, including the final cover selection for The New Asylum, and a call out for interested ARC reader/reviewers. If you are a subscriber, watch out for the Newsletter in your in-box. If you'd like to subscribe, pop … Continue reading August Newsletter and cover reveal

into day

Inspired by the phrase 'Then I see you', from the poem 'Madonna of the Evening Flowers' written by Amy Lowell. This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project and todaythe cloudscome low greysurrounds my headcoversmy eyes I walkin blindness stumbling forward touchreplaces sight what I feelis all I see all I touchis cloudis greyto … Continue reading into day

Books for Older readers (#BFOR) BlogBlitz Day #16 – #18

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. My item is later in the month, and will be posted at my author site (https://www.FrankPrem.com) and I'll let folk here know when it … Continue reading Books for Older readers (#BFOR) BlogBlitz Day #16 – #18

for everything

Inspired by the phrase 'There will be time, there will be time' taken from 'The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock' by T. S. Eliot.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project wait the seasonwill change seeeven nowthe treeis changing flowers come as cloudsdrift by your last thoughtis gonesucceeded by the coming one a … Continue reading for everything

(PAD #043) completely

I have spokenfor days unending talesof derringand yester-ways aloudbravadowith thrustand riposte adventure alwaysbut one sail away yet here I amin silencelonely the evening drawinga curtainclosed with the murmured voicesofwhat once wasormight be and once wasquite surely and once . . . once . . . is gone now it is the nightsunending with their voicessilent … Continue reading (PAD #043) completely