Rough poem 20:9

20:9 Distant me Train distance three years from home, a new life and knowledge away. Cast back on the skin of the past so they might recognise you, still love you, acknowledge you. Tip-toe until confidence -and yes, ego- force your foot flat, your strides long and unapologetic. See their eyes glaze over in disappointmentContinue reading “Rough poem 20:9”

The Book of Hours: Sheltering From The Rain In A Country Church by James Norton and Lucy English

A perfect example of a poetry film. Poem written and read by Lucy English, film by James Norton. The Book of Hours: Sheltering From The Rain In A Country Church by James Norton on Vimeo

Poem idea

Written for my Reading as a Writer assessment, similar to my Sphere-shaped Emptiness poem. 21:3 Black void, floating without purpose, deceptive surface smooth to see, but anything reaching out to it is sucked in. No resistance, with no disturbance to its perfect sphere shape. Dark night and clouds blend it into life, barely noticed asContinue reading “Poem idea”

Poem idea

Written for my Reading as a Writer assessment, inspired by the anime-style script I also wrote (posted today). Similar to the sonnet posted yesterday but some lines altered to fit better. 21:2 Haunted memories force us out, fleeing enclosed spaces to greet the night and rain. Sit upon this sturdy crutch, have the stain ofContinue reading “Poem idea”

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