Biography of Julian Mann
Julian Mann Poems
River feeling is As simple as Closing your eyes For a moment.
Her Words Made Silence
Her words made silence All the more sweet; When uttered they would lilt, The morning air to meet.
No start no end No I've come to defend
I Have Known A Freedom
I have known a freedom, free From money power and greed. It dwells in the woods, fields and the trees. I have known a freedom free.
O Come Sit By Me Awhile
O take me from this busy place, The lights are blinding me. I long to see your fresh face In the shade of a willow tree.
I heard a song about love it seemed to be just as much
All the way from the front line of daisies There emerged the thoughts of a farmer's son
Your Plane, Whoever You Are
Your plane, whoever you are, Passed under a telegraph wire; Window seat window Glinting.
Seek out the mulled wine At the ends of a distant frost That crystallises in joy Under the brave crunch of your boots,
I Thought How Eager Is The Stream
I thought how eager is the stream To pass amid evening plains serene, Weaving through groves to be unseen By the sun that ever makes a scene
Window open The heavens in My soul; It was born of thunder
Rose blood, warm pub, Prickly make your way Back. Now you feel like
Where (by your side) When (the moon excites) What (your side, tender pale) How (all the way down)