Flotsam on the sea of life: Today, a chest of pearls. Yesterday, a carcass full of worms. What will she bring tomorrow? One thing I know – the tide will change; I can dive through waves when I am with You. Continue reading Flotsam on the sea of life
Written a long time ago, this is probably my favourite poem. A big thank you to Mr Dougall, my old English teacher at Bablake School, for feeding me rich, rich poetry and encouraging my writing. Granite Twilight She stood by the blazing, brazen rock And embraced the incoming heat; Not a sound in the wind … Continue reading Granite twilight
Do raindrops thirst and long to be Immersed in their true love, the sea? Then do I long to be with Thee. And if, like beads of Adam’s ale I should roll, down hill and vale And yet not meet the river’s power, But sucked by root to quench a flower And help those sweet, … Continue reading Do raindrops thirst?