New Poem – Like some flutter…

    Like some flutter Of a fishing line, Whose glistening hook You’ve already Been caught upon, Don’t ever look to Undervalue suffering When it comes to visit.   Equal as it is To any kinder, softer, Sweeter experience.   For, taken altogether, This is how We are nourished, How we grow into The glorious spaces In between.   Till some vital...

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New Poem – For Dylan Thomas…

  “And death shall have no dominion” Given all we are born to In this gorgeous sunlit bower, Whatever bonds we forge, Even as charmed infants, Or the more teasing passions We might uncover later In this deliciously viscous, Verdant world, They all come from this.   Our chance of flesh and blood And there’s no coming back From that, Nor should...

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Prague by night…

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New Poem – Passing….

  Passing, So often fruitlessly, Through all the doors To desire in life, Far finer, faraway prizes Twist and tease still, Like runaway kites Caught up In a storm of being That only more mindfulness Can becalm.   Oh, for an end To such struggles. And with kind devotion Comes just that.   An embrace Of perfect peace That never fails To usher in Its own...

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Paradise island hopping in the Seychelles…

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The Library at Ephesus

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New poem – We are all prophets…

  We are all prophets Of our own existence Are we not?   And come what may, Tis always Such noble ambition To leave telling traces Of ourselves Wherever we can.   Thus do all our lives Become An enduring tapestry Of pointed moments, Albeit seeded with loss, The ache of which will pass Whilst such sweet emotion Remains.   See how potently That...

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A touching review of ‘Threads’ by Deborah Hodge

Oh, that mankind would love and finally understand each other…   This book is a true masterpiece. Scott pours over every letter and syllable, breathing in their meaning conveying the essence of time itself. What strikes me about his work, is that if humanity lived in tune with their souls as this, we would have an end to war, hunger poverty and distress....

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