Monthly Archives: November 2017

Care in the Community

The life was simple and safe never a care or harsh word. Then came the day of the change; you’ll be fine they said, smiling, see nothing’ll hold you back now. Nothing did, couldn’t help it; no one said about … Continue reading

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Through the window

This poem was Commended at the 2017 Anstruther Writing Awards   Through the window, the sky is blue, the fields white, the sun doesn’t shine.  The cold sparkles off trees, which bend towards the sea. On the path, walkers come … Continue reading

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Come the reaper

Entangled in a spider’s web Frozen by layers of lies We watch the fire sale Aghast that the wisdom of age Allowing it to happen and progress No repercussion No real discussion No statesmen in power Just the reapers; reaping … Continue reading

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Blue driving red

eat up your greens is an old persons rant just do as your told you get what you deserve you keep the status quo the status quo! live in austerity, but that’s not you you’ve have cash to spare and … Continue reading

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ice man

I was hard as ice as I froze to see monsters of the deep now looking at me the red melted lolly was liquid at the folly of climbing up the wall not making the call so did it normally … Continue reading

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feeling the breeze

bone chilling cold returned today; to let me see reds and yellows on baring boughs of leafy lanes, to let me find new-cast antlers fresh with blood of the recent rut, to let me smell in the damp wind as … Continue reading

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