You lived a life hard and fast didn’t slow down to take a breath but knew it couldn’t last suffered a fate worse than death. . No escape from routine torment just trapped in endless time suddenly, you were set free by fates twisted rhyme, . toContinue reading “Troy”
A poem by my wife Beryl.
To my wife on our 36th wedding anniversary on December 2016
To my mother-in-law.
I wrote this poem about my grandaughter when she was 7 years old.
A door has opened and you passed through to a place free from pain and suffering a place of peace and joy a place with old acquaintances. We cannot follow because it is not our turn, we have to wait, but a lifetime isn’t very long. The second lifetime lasts for all eternity, enjoy yourContinue reading “A.J.”
Its all over the streets there`s a new kid in town Nitrous Oxide or hippy crack it`s making the old hippies frown “we couldn`t have had it like this is this the new high? what`s going down? Come get your dreams the devil shouts here on the shelves is the new fix cheaper than chipsContinue reading “New Kid in Town”
To my sister-in-law, Susan Mullen. God bless.
I love you on a summer’s dayoh how your blood shot eyes shine sothey melt my heart so tenderlyreminding me of piss holes in the snow. The way it flows in the windyour long brown hair, it is absurdcatching the light so tenderlyit shines just like a polished turd. On a brightly lit starry nightyourContinue reading “Love poem”
Once only in citiesdeprivation on streetsangels with dirty facesno shoes on their feetno warmth, no comfort, no foodwhoever they meet. Spare a thought for the wealthyhaving to see this spiltall over the streetway up to the hilthard life for a rich mana millionaires guilt. The first shall be lastthe table will turnthe hungry are fedtheContinue reading “The First Shall Be Last”