ride away (from yesterday) - 27/09/2022 when did you stopbeinga little man my little man and growso highand proud which turningof the sun closingof my eyes which facingthe wrong way onceyou weremy little man once . . . who knowswhat day that was a long time . . . it wasyesterday as Iam yesterday ride … Continue reading ride away (from yesterday)
half a mind (to worry) - 25/09/2022 do notworry don’t stress this is –just –me looking inand looking out not entireandnot complete butwithout my usualpretences who am Iwhen Iam only half whatam Iwhen so muchof me –of I –is missing do not worry I am ok don’t stressI will be alrightin time and thisis a … Continue reading half a mind (to worry)
will be (all) - 23/09/2022 were youthe recipientofa strange look . . . a crookedglance an avoidance of eyecontact . . . did not knowwhereto look what to see what you shouldunseeif you can do not beconcerned the universesees everything the universeknows all . . . it knowsenoughin any case enough and everythingwill calm itselfwillright … Continue reading will be (all)
Ida - proof copies - 22/09/2022 When I arrived home from a couple of days away the package was on my front doorstep. This part of authoring and publishing never grows stale, for me. I'll likely make a few formating changes before I turn the book loose, but I'm quite happy with how it is … Continue reading And, here’s Ida!
https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B091886W4X The Beechworth Bakery Bears (Amazon Australia link) - 21/09/2022 I had an interesting encounter with a 10 year old boy, yesterday. This young man had recently taken a copy of The Beechworth Bakery Bears book to school - a 'show and tell' kind of arrangement, I suppose, and he was keen to inform me … Continue reading The teachings of ten year old boys (and certain bears and their condiments)
Thank you so much, Sally, for your generous support in promoting A Specialist at The Recycled Heart.
Delighted to share the news of the latest poetry collection by Frank Prem – A Specialist At The Recycled Heart (Free Verse Poetry)
About the collection
A Specialist at The Recycled Heart is free verse poetry and storytelling focused on the Speculative Fiction (SF) genre. The genre of What If . . . writing that encompasses fantasy and Sci fi and other forms within its warm embrace.
. What is the sound of the wind – of a sigh – on Mars?
. What does an abandoned artificial life form – an AI – contemplate in a lonely existence in far outer space. Why was it made, if only to be abandoned.
. Is it possible to go fishing to catch a passing thought?
.These and other all-too-big ideas are explored in the pages of A Specialist at The Recycled Heart.
Poetry written the way you always wished it would be.
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if at all (on the water) - 18/09/2022 if we meetat alllet it beon the water the ocean is as vastas my dreams and youare the onewho fillsallof my ocean let us meeton the waterifat all ~
in the floe (sup long) - 17/09/2022 my dearmy dearthe nectar floesare running pouring down thickly like meadinto a cup the nectar floesof summerrunfor you catchwhat you can drinkwhen you may the honey daysare few enoughand life . . . is a sweet thingtoo briefand too swiftit runs waterthroughmy fingers airthat Ican no longer catch … Continue reading in the floe (sup long)
Ida! Cover Extract from Ida: Searching for The Jazz Baby - 17/08/2022 It's been a job, but I am assuring and reassuring myself that I have just uploaded the very last text revision before I hold a copy of the book in my hands. Hopefully, I can order a couple of proof copies of Ida: … Continue reading Ida – a little fun and revelation.
Wicc a'Noir - Fin Chocolat (Suprem!) #1 - 15/09/2022 Wicc a'Noir - Fin Chocolat (Suprem!) #2 - 15/09/2022 Finally. My project design, ready for submission. Last day of term, today. Ten weeks of course time to go.