Tony Elsby (Poems of life and love)


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Leicester-born Tony Elsby trained as a journalist with the Leicester Mercury and was later sports editor of two Leicestershire weeklies.
He gained a broad spectrum of experience on local, regional and national newspapers including the Peterborough Evening Telegraph, Nuneaton Tribune, Sunday Sport and Birmingham Post & Mail in such roles as reporter, feature writer, investigative and ... more »

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  • Rookie Rachel Marocco (9/9/2012 8:55:00 AM)

    Love your work. You've improved from the other poem I just read of yours and I think the comment went through on that one? Be on the lookout for my own poetry coming soon.

  • Rookie Rachel Marocco (9/9/2012 8:46:00 AM)

    Love it, speaks the truth. especially for me to hear as my tendency is not conservation but I confess I've been very wasteful in the past, wasteful of time, money, and plastic, paper too. Come on everyone, I'm learning you can save the earth and make money! One thing I think will work for me, recycling electronics like old cell phones and getting paid for it!

  • Rookie Rachel Marocco (9/9/2012 8:44:00 AM)

    Love it, speaks the truth. especially for me to hear as my tendency is not conservation but I confess I've been very wasteful in the past, wasteful of time, money, and plastic, paper too. Come on everyone, I'm learning you can save the earth and make money! One thing I think will work for me, recycling electronics like old cell phones and getting paid for it!

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Spiritual Revival

Would that I could walk with you,
Along some distant seashore,
Leaving only footprints
To mark our passing
How our spirits would soar,
With the greeting of a new and spectacular sunrise,
The rays of which would shine,
Only on what is vital,
To the health of our core being,
Leaving us to step over the debris of negativity,
That has for too long anchored our lives,
And so limited the flow of nutrients,
Necessary to inspire us,
In seeking knowledge, attainment, fulfillment,
And love in its many and varied forms.
In so doing I would gently...

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