Tag Archives: Love

With You

With you A grassy bed A bright blue sky Overhead What do I Care For thistles    creepy-crawlies    herds of sheep    and peeping toms? With you Your auburn hair Dog-brown eyes Firm breasts (And the rest) I don’t even notice The … Continue reading

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Weep no more sad willow tree

Weep no more sad willow tree Sky no more be blue Rain clouds change your dowdy grey For some brighter hue Let each flower become a rose Let rainbows fill the sky Widows put on your brightest clothes And let … Continue reading

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Girls (Written in 1988)

I think that this was my first attempt to write in the style of Jerome K. Jerome, having recently discovered his “Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow” and loved it. His articles all started with the word “On”. However, I … Continue reading

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Julie…

Julie A stone bridge A crashing stream And me Julie A herd of sheep Green hills Sloping down to a Glass lake And me Julie A summer breeze Ancient trees A passing cyclist (In shabby clothes) And me Julie Flashing … Continue reading

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Sonnet — To an Actress

I have glimpsed Heaven in a glass of wine Been awed by Tempest’s thunderous rage But neither, or anything, have I seen to compare To the presence of….an actress, upon the stage For sometimes, when she’s acting, and the light’s … Continue reading

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