Tag Archives: sadness

In memory of a sun

‘Tween still trees and tall shadows I wait for your voice. Throw the grey grass  A word of warmth. —————  The mother of a close friend and artist friend passed away yesterday. I heard so much about her, she was … Continue reading

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The Trees (II)

When I was growing up, one of the grandest features of the house was a fir tree with more tops than trunks.  Our garden was next to the train line and when we went to take the tube, we could … Continue reading

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Sometimes

Sometimes I imagine We fell and he lived. He’d be alone. But we have us.   Written: 23/08/2017 It’s strange to notice the quirkier ideas once the fresh blow of bereavement (a number of years) passes. I like poems that … Continue reading

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Blank

We found him, we lost her. Imagination weeps, grey rocks shriek. bitter heart breaks.     Written around 17/08/2017 Losing people and the aftermath of it is a sad and difficult place.

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