I’m going to getmy ukulele playing settle backsing a songor two maybe a tunein the keyof a flat minorbutmore likelyjust a dwill do and I’ll singthe waythat I used to loudand clearand true and I’ll playjust the waythat I’ve alwayssomehowdone but don’t listen to thatbecause I’ll be singingfor you la la la(. . . ukulele … Continue reading uku-la-la (playing)
Eyes of the night eyesin the nightare watching eyes . . . myevery move I watch them backbutI can seeno body I can seeno one only the dark of space light the deep and the eyesthat watch me is it aboutbehaviour . . . I wonder is it aboutmy goodnessmy badness . . . somethingabout … Continue reading aye (to the eyes of night)
Just a little update on my archive project, for anyone who might be interested. I've ordered a set of 8 new titles, which brings the archive volumes to 20 (in 2020) and included A FAding Voice (dementia), The Garden Black (general fantasy), The Cielonaut - poetry and images of a lost journey through the universe), … Continue reading Another archive update.
it is for . . . living it is for livingdon’t you know is thatwhat you are doing is it reallyliving I have wokensometimesin the morningwith my head fullof thoughtsand plans worriesand concerns and I have wokensometimeswith my head filledwith bleariness for the sakeof workand obligation so many different kindsof obligation andI have donethose thingsthat … Continue reading at all (a living)
Southern Stars 1 I give youstars I give youmystars Southern Stars 2 what you see iswhatI see Southern Stars 3 (Mars) christmas comesand that starthat once shone Southern Stars 4 - Great Dipper may thesemy starsshineon you Southern Stars 5 thesemy starsmay shineon you ~
I've just uploaded the last book of Archived poetry - Book 20! There are still a few collections to be finalised, but the actual 'archive' of poems is done. Books 17 - 20 feature different grasses that grow in my home territory, and I thought I'd go out with some strident colours. Back to 'work' … Continue reading Volume 20. Hooray!
I had a lovely interview this morning with author Beth Worsdell for her 'The Witty Writers Show'. It was a great chat, notwithstanding some technology glitches at my end. Check it out if you have a few minutes free. The Witty Writers Show ** Edit** I've managed to upload the interview to my YouTube channel, … Continue reading The Witty Writers Show interview
Dandelion Flower Head (1)I see my motheras the seedsof the flowerseparateand fall (2) ohbut wasn’t there a daywhen shewas so pretty so handsomeonce ~
Just a reminder that I'll be chatting live on Facebook with Beth Worsdell, for her The Witty Writers interview feature tomorrow morning (my time), but in the evening in other parts of the world. Beth is a lively and somewhat unpredictable interviewer, originally from the UK, but now based in the US. She positively buzzes … Continue reading The Witty Writers – interview soon
The hot water at ten.And if it rains, a closed car at four and isn’t it good rise and fallas you like ifyou like when you must how easyto see a whole life stretching outthat way languid comfort not much heldnot muchneeded such false comfort but a breatheasily takenin the eyeof a stormis a breathno … Continue reading itches (in the eye) of the storm