Biography of Margaret Cox
I write a bit of Poetry from time to time, and edit and research for an Author friend.
Margaret Cox's Works:
2 x Poetry Books - Memories of a Time and Memories and Poems of Other Things
Margaret Cox Poems
Haunting deep memories of a dear love now lost Distant thoughts to one side now carelessly tossed But the mind retains the warm feel of sweet recall Explosive imagination grows, like an illusion ball
The Power Of Imagination
It is the haunting silence which dims the eyes light And pupils darken to match the menacing night Shadows lurk around as the mind conjures up fear Deep thoughts run riot to bring danger so near.
The saddest story I have to tell Of a time when things were not very well
No More Tears
When all hope seems lost, and reason has gone And minds are locked on to what went wrong Just hang in there, smile and hold on really tight Trust, have faith, believe you will see the light.
Strolling dreamily along to post a letter I was pleasantly surprised, what could be better Pure white blossom adorned an avenue of trees Surrounded by a humming myriad of bees
Patience is a virtue, or so they say Many are happy to play things that way
Clearing The Mist
‘Tis the waiting heart that smiles beauty ignites And misty eyes clear as darkness turns to light
The dark clouds gather with a heavy threat I guess many people are about to get wet A menacing rumble as the light disappears And a flash of lightening everyone fears.
Jon-Jo Mclean was visiting the Dentist again His face all swollen up with toothache pain Sitting in thought in the Dentists clever chair He thought he’d have fun while he was there.
All through life we seek to find Peace, contentment – not far behind
A Ghostly Conscience
It’s a never-ending road that the lonely man treads Looking neither left nor right or turning any heads He has no thoughts, no dreams, devoid of all hope No feelings or care, no longer knowing how to cope.
A wish for good health for everyone And a good night’s sleep when day is done A wish for wisdom along each path And lots of time to just have a laugh.
When we fall deeply in love what we feel Being with someone should slowly heal But it does not always work out that way The heartache is still there, day after day
What a touching sight it is to see An elderly couple as close as can be Linking arms or hands clasped tight Clinging together with all of their might
The Lonely Time
What harsh bitterness brings the lonely time
Waiting and listening for the hollow chime
Hurt and sadness, with pointless dedication
And all to hope for is numbing medication.
The painful sting from yet another rejection
Lies that for so long have avoided detection
To give of your all, and then suddenly find
It has all been a game to confuse your mind.