Biography of Owain Glyn
I live in Penzance, Cornwall, a place steeped in legend and myth and possibly the home of King Arthur's Camelot.
I love words, the sound of them and the look of them, for me they paint pictures of depth and substance. I am irreverent and cynical, but at the same time romantic and full of mischief. I love writing and creating, but I read avidly as well.
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- A Call to Arms (Dedicated to Sunprincess...
- A Soft Summer's Day
- A Tear for Christmas
- Among The Stars
- Aunt Aggies Visit (The Family Ghost)
- Brain and Cake.
- Christmas Cheer
- City Streets.
- Constant Inconstancy
- Dark Streets Black Souls
- Do You Remember?
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Never Go Back
I crept along the silent streets, their familiarity painful and accusing.
Even in this darkness the sick worm of cowardice drives me to the shadows.
I know each brick, each door, each window pane,
We huddled in these doorways, to touch, to kiss, and to escape the rain.
The filthy soot-smeared streetlights search me out, to interrogate me, each in turn,
What are you doing here? Why have you come back? What do you want?
I know these pavements, each and every crack,
We trod them in our