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  • 229.

    I am besotted
    By this highfaluting strain
    That not even the rain
    Assuaged the tremors
    Of the city
    Nor the bed that I sleep on.

    There is such equanimity in
    The stars that I dare try
    To reach with these hands of
    But no more,
    For I have come to my senses
    Like the vapor that asphyxiates
    The tall, dwindling grass

    The moon holds no acquittal
    To all of my peccadilloes:
    I disturb the pace of the stars
    With a flurry of wails.
    I flummox the shadows
    That gyrate eloquently in all the corners
    Of this night of vitriol over
    The muse that was lost -
    I have died in the hands
    Of the winter frost
    But then, each snowflake
    That holds inimitability
    Will forever sigh the fable
    Through desiccated gambits
    And limp preambles.

    I let the moon hum my elegy
    And I even let the stars
    Remain in the skies unfazed.

    I can smell the fragrance
    Of autumn from a world away.
    And so tonight,
    I let the voluminously poignant arms
    Of the moon carry me
    Towards convalescence
    With the stars aid me
    As we stray far from the malady
    Most ardently.

    And so to the derelicts,
    To the shades that dislimn
    One by one
    I shall abandon you
    For I now hold the charring insignia.
    The infinite panacea. read more »

  • 230.
    Ras Koh Has Died


    When the womb of Ras Koh
    Had been burnt, turned into ashes, read more »

  • 231.
    On The First Anniversary Of Nuclear Explosions

    The pitcher of the Earth
    Has got emptied
    The water-bags of eyes
    Of the damsels going to the fountains read more »

  • 232.
    not forgotten or passed over

    Not forgotten or past over, though
    the numbers simply can’t be comprehended,
    which is the reason why we tend to know
    far more about the way that Anne’s life ended read more »

  • 233.
    Requiem: 'The Last Poem'

    I wrote this poem on All Saints/All Souls Day 1981 and it is dedicated to my brother, Patrick who passed away in1975, and to the memory of many friends and family.

    Embarked the journey on your own read more »

  • 234.
    rumination haj

    Caught in an expressive cul-de-sac,
    all imagery goes down the tube
    iconoclastically, with lack
    of space that curves when artists cube, read more »

  • 235.
    The Lake Poets

    You have heard of William Wordsworth he was bard of Cockermouth
    And he truly was a great poet if that ever was in doubt
    And with Southey and With Coleridge they became known as the lake poets
    And they made the Lake District famous and some famous poems they wrote. read more »

  • 236.
    ! ! Not averse to poetry..

    Do you see life
    through prose-coloured spectacles?

    or has the squid of poetry read more »

  • 237.
    I have a place to live a life

    I have a place to live a life,
    suburban, very homely, house,
    sharing with a loving wife
    two computers and their mouse. read more »

  • 238.
    Britain's Slough and Upton

    Brief Synopsis:

    Just prior to German air raids on Slough
    in World War Two, Thames Valley was read more »

  • 239.
    The Truth In Thomas Gray

    Long years ago I had this dream of fame
    That mine would live on as remembered name
    That people would remember me and say
    A legend once a legend still today. read more »

  • 240.

    At the dance of the naked moon
    a single leaf quivers
    I go into trance.
    A fetus in womb turns. read more »

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