Monthly Archives: October 2015

I walked to church

I have worked on this poem over the last couple of days and now publish this latest version. By way of background and explanation, I am saying in the poem that it is not always necessary to find formal or … Continue reading

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I Walked to Church Today

I walked to church today All the way To church, I walked today. And on my way, today I did pray Along the path, today. I walked the path today, On life’s way, A prayer I walked today. I walked … Continue reading

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The Litter of Autumn

New Square, Cambridge

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From Horgos to Calais – Haiku

From Horgos to Calais At Europe’s border Desperate people struggle To escape nightmares. The brave refugee Sets off with steady resolve Yearning to be free. Children are carried Forward to the razor fence The riot police. Hope broken on steel … Continue reading

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Mathematical magic

The beautiful colour and symetry of dahlias.

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Wind turbines at sunset

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Yellow fading into autumn

October colour at Anglesey Abbey, Cambridgeshire

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