Monthly Archives: July 2015

No One Is To Blame

I was going to call this Undiscovered as I have only just found it again. When I started reading the words I remembered that I originally wrote it as a song on the 16th August 2005. Next to it, in … Continue reading

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Point Of Here

A woman gets a cat A man gets a dog Time spent stroking and casting Hours reminiscing Ducks seem curious Sat where they sit Calm and tranquil No noise seems to fit The sounds of nature All I want to … Continue reading

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Concert All Approach

Looking straight ahead Never left or right The odd passer by twitches Somewhere to be tonight Gossip among work colleagues Some talk of another’s mistake Saying the Thames is a river Is comparing the Atlantic to a lake Whatever could … Continue reading

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Rain Doesn’t Stop Play

Lonely in a crowd Lowry said that While he painted the industrial buildings And many a black cat Told he was no good Initially by the established few He didn’t seem to care Neither should you The hustle and bustle … Continue reading

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Embankment Cafe

Everyone in a hurry Rushing past Wherever to go Getting there fast No one seems to notice What’s in front of their nose? Fate sealed like an envelope Is it what they chose? A couple get close on a bench … Continue reading

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In To View

Fifteen seconds apparently To make up your mind Doesn’t seem a lot does it? Conversation just kind Already decided Whether yes or no Stick or twist Hold or throw The fate of someone’s future Clearly defined Within your grip Wonder … Continue reading

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Journey’s Friend

Like a lava flow of red light Traffic disappears into the distance And try as I might Won’t ease on my persistence Will keep going Until we are all here It’s the knowing Signs are clear Oblivious Go about your … Continue reading

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