Peter Bolton (2nd April 1942 / Brecon)
Poems of Peter Bolton
|1.||A Reading from the Gospel According to Esme||4/4/2013|
|2.||Brinna, The Girl Who Fed The Swans||3/31/2013|
|5.||How to Become a Waiter||4/8/2013|
|7.||Solismar the Dragon||3/29/2013|
|9.||The End of Music||4/22/2013|
|11.||The Love Potion||4/30/2013|
|12.||The Perils of Habit||4/15/2013|
|13.||The Polo Shirt||4/16/2013|
|15.||The Single Bulb||4/6/2013|
|16.||The Surrogate Princess||4/3/2013|
|17.||The Tablets of The Law||4/16/2013|
|18.||The Two brothers||4/13/2013|
|19.||The Two Ships - Illustrated||4/16/2013|
|20.||The Veil of Tears||4/2/2013|
The Veil of Tears
From the high mountain
A weft of white water drops its way, rock by rock, to the valley floor.
Only he who knows can give its name, for it is the Veil of Tears.
The Princess Pamella was riding in the forest,
The leaves were green and humming birds fluttered into and out of the hibiscus flowers.
She was happy and sang the song of the day.
You might have thought that the kingdom was at peace,