Silver Spun Sand
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Rhiannon...this is so close
Posted on Thu, 23 Jul 2015
Rhiannon...this is so close to home, it was almost as if I had written it myself. You may describe it as 'a poem, written fairly raggedly...' I most certainly do not. It all flowed from the heart, and as such, flawless in its truthfulness,...Read full comment
Posted in Valued Escapes (IP)
Bee, my daughter always kept
Posted on Mon, 20 Jul 2015
Bee, my daughter always kept these few lines scrawled on a piece of paper, pinned above her bed.
Give me a draught of laughter before the day begins
Whatever follows after, it's the happy heart that wins.
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Posted in As I Write
Have just read this, Rhiannon
Posted on Sun, 12 Jul 2015
Have just read this, Rhiannon, before I turn in for the night...exhausted, as ever and the first line of your uplifting hymn drew me in. Thanks for posting this. I always look forward to reading these little gems on Sundays...like a breath of...Read full comment
Posted in Personal Instructor
Wonderful internal rhyming
Posted on Sat, 27 Jun 2015
Wonderful internal rhyming here, Rob...change/remained, prism/ripples, for example. In all an enigmatic piece, as its subject.
Very much enjoyed, and by reading it just now you have taken me away from the mundane (polishing,...Read full comment
Posted in ‘Coming Home’
Just beautiful, lw....that is
Posted on Wed, 17 Jun 2015
Just beautiful, lw....that is, until the 'dead fox', and the 'lips, red and swollen'. A good juxtaposition of the idyllic and the not so idyllic side to nature, creating depths and layers in this meangful poem of yours.
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