Category Archives: Poetry

Not Heard the Last

Powdered milk and dog-end day, got no money, got no pay. Got no family, got no wife, but I got trouble and I got strife. See me coming, head for the hills, turn your backs you Jacks and Jills. Talk … Continue reading

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Oh For The Sound

Oh for the sound of a human voice For a human touch For eyes to see Oh for the sound of a human voice Speaking soft and low to me Oh for the feel of a warm embrace For a … Continue reading

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Locusts

Thoughts a plague of locusts Chewing up your mind crop A munching buzzing army That will just never stop The past returns to hound you The future lays in wait The present bound in shackles Of past and future fate … Continue reading

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Manana

Smash the buffers or go off the rails, it’s all the same when life’s break fails Hit a mountain, or crash in the sea Makes no difference as all can see Skies of lead, grey with gloom, spinning eyes and … Continue reading

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Time for Rhyme

I think a poem is not a poem unless it’s done in rhyme,Though many may say that shows me up as a shocking philistine! And how I made my point above, I know you will see clearly,A comment on rhyme … Continue reading

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Dark Place

Sometimes I go to a dark place I go there all alone I hear no friendly voices Not even on the phone The dark place isn’t cosy Bed of nails cold Makes me feel lonely Crushed and sad and old … Continue reading

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None so Bold

I remember a time good people, when the English were proud workers But the man closed all our industries and now he names you shirkers I remember a time not long ago, when there were oh so many jobs But … Continue reading

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