Monthly Archives: March 2015


AWAKENING [II]    Sat here and waiting; an emptiness is all. Watching the candles cold-burning flame, mourning the passing of time. Words, veiled  in silence (silence and words are one) I expect a dove to descend.   Outside the clouds, … Continue reading

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The Fear of Fall – reposting

  THE FEAR OF FALL   Though clouds have cleared still I fear   their returning fall.   Your smile reflects my whispered yearning –   presence and absence jointly affirming   love’s own reality.   Each meeting proclaims a … Continue reading

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MISSION BETRAYED – Richard of York

In light of the re-interment of Richard III the time seemed opportune to retrieve / republish this poem of mine! MISSION BETRAYED [Redemore 22 August 1485] Misjudged by many of my peers, betrayed by those in whom I placed my … Continue reading

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