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#NaPoWriMo2019 #4 & #5

MAN'S BEST FRIEND #4 (Prompt: A simple sad sonnet) Dogs are man's best friend, the saying does go A dog's heart beats seven times faster than does ours Aye it is true, as far as we all know And so... Continue Reading →

Remembrance

The poppies bloom Where e'er we look As once men fell Where the earth shook And cried bitterly. As families took Stock of the loss Stained fields forsook Untouched by all. Only Nature does look And recall by Red bloom... Continue Reading →

#20 OctPoWriMo – Desires & Remembering

  You should be living Here to talk and sing and laugh Not gone in the spring   Many days recalled Of sun and laughter with you No more since you left   My heart broke in bits In those dark... Continue Reading →

Where do lost memories go?

In a dusty, forgotten, drifting room Piano keys move by themselves In the mirror-world she plays Stroking delicate, milk-pale hands Over chords seen through a fog In a faded armchair an indentation sits Where he watches, listens, mourning Through a... Continue Reading →

#NaPoWriMo2017 #10 – The Letter

To Dad It seems like yesterday we talked And then it seems forever No jaunty whistle, no witty sting I'll never hear your voice again Not to talk or laugh or sing The years are a lifetime Six years is... Continue Reading →

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