I can see us here, with our Lattes, you with a big hunk of lemon drizzle cake and me with a cheese scone. That table by the window, glancing at the seascape, me reading the guardian and You playing Maj Jong. Saying little for a bit, then chatting in our way about the people […]
(Edinburgh in October 2017) Wailing drones herald its approach Waves of pipers ripple down hill Serried soldier ranks march in step Zulu warriors dance in place Bored Scottish dancers walk in rows Home made gods ride on top Of shiny cars, bored drivers Red lights hold them Standing still until restless amber Released on […]
“So sad”, they all said, Lost and alone he screamed at the crowd, they were sad but in his silence soon forgot, spaced out on life’s heady mix of light and dark, the screams abated as he faded from mind, alone and so lost he whimpered, noise and the light streamed into the dark, […]
Horror on horror’s empty cause Bland sound bites a predictable response, Idiots who react just as horror intended Winning its war to destroy our veneer of civilisation and love Hate is advancing leaders are prancing It’s time to let love loose again Its’ time to be Church – real Church Its time to proclaim forgiveness […]
12 March 2017 The title is so wrong, mistakes of the fingers, to lazy to correct so maybe just leave it and mould this winding sequence of words into a new shape, a shape born of chance, break out into the light, an avalanche of ideas, that may or may not…..
Dazed and confused in crazy profusion sap falls , dew rises , winds suck, outside turns inside to display hidden reality an inside that is desiccated and dead, Lost hopes of joy becomes despair of birth To have flown so high, then plummet and crash a husk of what once was, greatness all lost, death […]
What about this space White and clean with lines for hanging words in neat rows, wild words that stray and scatter across the sheet of lines like fugitive sheep on the hillside fleeing that piercing whistle that calls the the barking blur of fearsome distant memory But why bother, Who cares for my words why […]